Get up close to wildlife and explore some of the most beautiful places on Earth in this beautiful footage filmed from the air and under the sea. You’ll also meet the locals devoted to conservation and to finding a way for humans and wildlife to thrive together. There are currently three experiences, each approximately 15-minutes long.
Venture into the jungles of Borneo where decades of deforestation
have decimated the forest cover and the population of orangutans.
The orangutans swinging on the forest vines are so cute!
Dive underwater to explore the coral reefs of Raja Ampat, an island archipelago
in Indonesia, now recovered after overfishing almost wiped out the fish, giant mantas,
and sharks. There’s nothing quite like seeing a giant manta gliding right toward you!
Meet the Maasai and Samburu communities of Kenya and Tanzania
who protect the vast savannahs and the giant African elephants.
Watch baby elephants playing in the mud!
The videos are sadly only 180 degrees, but the cinematography is gorgeous and you’ll get views you’d likely never get in person, even if you are lucky enough to travel to these locations. We’re eagerly awaiting additions to this app.
Get Ecosphere from the Oculus Store
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Hello and welcome! We’re a small group of fiftysomethings that built this site to help folks like you get more enjoyment from your Quest headsets.
This section is just a little tutorial on how to get the most from your time here.
We created HowToVR.com with the goal of making it easier to find what you’re looking for as well as providing you with some rare nuggets that you’re not likely find anywhere else!
To start off, we put the content into 6 categories
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These buttons on the homepage
or with the How to dropdown menu from the top of the site.
Once you pick a category, you’ll get a page like the image below. The green arrows point to documents you can open by clicking on them, the red ones are sub-categories that will open up with more documents you can then open by clicking on them.
Once you’ve selected a document, it will open and look something like below. The green arrows are pointing to the categories you can choose from and the numbers in the blue dots tell you how many documents are in them. You can click on any you are interested in.
Please do be aware that we have only just started the site and it is a work in progress. We will be updating most of the content with more formatting and images soon.
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