App Description

Do you want to have a walk in a robotic laboratory? Want to see robots moving in VR?
Here comes a special RoboLab Tour for you... experience yourself walking in a RoboLab... in this virtual reality treat ... using VR Glasses such as 4DUD, Cardboard etc
How to set things:
+ Play the demo on your smartphone
+ Put the Smartphone in VR Glasses
+ Align your phone in center
+ Check for blurriness... rotate lens for proper focus
+ Wear your glasses and enjoy walking in space

Movement Controls:
+ Move around physically to explore the laboratory
+ Movement is simple, just look in the direction you want to move and you will automatically walk that way. You have complete 360 degrees of vision and you are free to explore the tour. Give it a try, it is your call!
+ To walk just look down (for 5 to 10 seconds) as you looking your feet... the red indicator changes to green ... and you are free to walk any where
+ And like wise if you want to stop ... just look down again for 5 to 10 seconds... the green indicator changes and you are stopped now.... explore complete 360 while you are standing idle...

+ Amazingly view of robotic laboratory
+ Realistic sounds
+ Easy controls, simply look where you want to go
+ Unique virtual reality (VR) theme park simulator
+ Compatible with virtual reality glasses such as 4DUD, Cardboard VR etc
+ Crisp, Cinema like, HD visuals
+ Developed for high end phones which have Gyro Sensor

This demo is compatible with 4DUD VR Glasses, Cardboard, Durovis Dive, Vrase, Samsung Gear VR, Carl Zeiss VR one, Archos / Colorcross and other DIY Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or Microsoft Hololens etc.

Caution: If you’re watching a video as a tour in an extreme environment, you need to hold on to something as it does take over your senses. It’s easy for someone to fall over.

iPhone Screenshots

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App Changes

  • September 11, 2015 Initial release