HTC Vive and Rift virtual reality headset owners but would like to expand their Windows desktop into an immersive VR experience, can now sign up for the open beta testing phase and download the Envelop for Windows app to do just that.
Check out the video below to learn more about the Envelop for Windows application which takes your PC desktop and transforms it into a virtual reality environment.
Envelop runs any Windows application in our immersive, virtual environment. This means that all of your existing software now works in VR, providing access to more content, greater usage and better productivity while in a VR headset. You’ll also have individual control over each window’s size and location within the 3D space, so you can customize your computing experience based on your own specific preferences. Interested in participating in our closed beta? Go here to get started.
Envelop for Windows is also the basis for a powerful, soon-to-be-released SDK that will provide developers with the tools to extend legacy 2D applications and web sites, as well as newly created 3D games and applications, into our immersive computing platform. Envelop software will help to produce a much greater virtual reality ecosystem, making VR technology more viable for years to come.
We now have the ability to enhance any digital experience, freeing it from the 2D, rectangular world we’ve come to accept on the Internet. Can’t go their physically? No problem, you can now go there virtually.
Imagine taking a tour of a new commercial building—before it’s built. Envelop software allows you to experience a proposed job site in full scale and fully immersed. Walk the halls of a hospital, or sit in the corner office. Changes can then be made and experienced before construction ever begins, saving time and budget.
For more information on the new Envelop VR app jump over to the official website for details by following the link below.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News