DeoVR Blog

Developers got a great chance to integrate DeoVR with the remote control API released.

We have attached a C# demo connecting to DeoVR. Once connected, DeoVR could be controlled remotely. You could also obtain telemetry data from the player. Developers could come up with their own proxy and use different program languages as well. 

JSON transfers data via TCP IP. JSON structure is described in the documentation.
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A VR media browser has been added to DeoVR.com You can now watch your favorite VR video sites in tube format using the DeoVR media browser. If a site has already chosen to proceed with DeoVR integration you should see all the contents in a native VR tube-like interface. Send a request to your favorite sites asking them to become DeoVR compatible.

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WebVR delivers VR videos and other content into your web browser. First, you see a flat display preview on your desktop or mobile device and from there you can choose to go into VR mode and experience it with your headset. The Oculus Quest and Oculus Go headsets have native VR browsers meaning they already work in VR environment and allow you navigate websites and online content in VR.

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