Valve has today announced the release of their new virtual reality creation tool called Destinations, which takes the form of a free program that allows you to create, share, and explore both real and imaginary worlds via the Steam Workshop.
The new Valve Destination software is available via Early Access, and is supported by both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets. As well as supporting both Vive and Xbox controllers and all headsets that asupport OpenVR.
Valve explains more about the new virtual reality software that allows you to create and share virtual reality environments via the Steam Workshop.
Destinations Workshop Tools lets you create, share, and explore both real and imaginary places in virtual reality. This is a beta release of a set of content creation tools that users can use to construct worlds and share them on the Destinations Workshop – then explore them with the included Destinations Viewer.
Destinations Workshop Tools includes:
– The Source 2 tool set used internally at Valve. Once installed, you can find the Destinations Workshop Tools in the Library under Tools.
– Several example Destinations created with photogrammetry
– An example map that users can copy and modify which highlights how to use Source 2 tools to add interactivity to a Destination
– The Destinations Viewer, where users can browse and explore Destinations downloaded from the Steam Workshop. Once installed, you can find the Destinations Viewer in the Library under Software.
For more information on the new Destinations VR software jump over to the Steam website for details and to download by following the link below.
Source : Valve
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