Oculus Go and HTC Vive Focus

Vive Focus

Oculus Go and HTC Vive Focus

A few weeks ago OC4 took place and there were loads of amazing Keynote speeches and announcements.

Amongst those announcements was information on the Oculus Go and also the even more exciting prospect – Project Santa Cruze which is due for release in late 2018.

Tomorrow in Beijing it is rumored that we will find out more information regarding the new Vive Standalone Headset reportedly being named the Vive Focus. Both HTC and Lenevo are building a headset with inside-out positional tracking for the Daydream Platform.

So things are certainly looking good for anyone interested in VR with untethered devices making their way onto the landscape and very reasonable prices.

Let us look the Oculus offerings.

Oculus Go

This amazing headset will be priced at $199USD which is a very good price for what this headset is and offers. It should be released at the start of 2018 so not long to wait.

The Go will feature the best apps from the Gear from day 1 so there will be loads of Apps and Content to keep you busy.

It has amazing visual clarity which is something that all VR Headsets have to improve and I am sure they will over time. The lenses are the Next Generation of VR Optics from what is on the Oculus Rift now and has a fast-switch LCD Display.

As an added Bonus it has Spatial Audio built into the headset which is a big deal!

Project Santa Cruz is very exciting, we really do not know how far the inside-out tracking will go as it is still a little fuzzy. But the Santa Cruz is going to be the bridge between the Go and the Rift.

I am really on board what Oculus and Facebook are doing for Virtual Reality, they have struck first blood with the Go and it is now up to HTC and their Vive Focus to better them.

HTC Vive Focus

How will HTC present content, what Apps are going to be available right away? What features will the headset have and is it better than the Go?  Another big question, when will it be available? I think if they release the new HTC headset much later than the Go then HTC will be behind in this market unless of course, it is superior in every way you may get people opting to wait.

Will it come in at around the same price, Oculus has really been putting downward force on the price of headsets recently so it will be interesting to see if HTC can do the same.


Project Parallel Parks

Parallel Parks

Project Parallel Parks

A perfect use of Virtual Reality is what the guys and girls at New Horizons are doing with Project Parallel Parks.

The moment we saw what was happening here we were amazed and wanted to hear more and help spread the word.

Parallel Parks is a project that allows people with mobility issues and disabilities the opportunity to venture further into our wonderful National Parks than ever before. All via the power of Virtual Reality.

In September 2017 New Horizons held an event at Sydney’s Martin Place which saw Martin Place transformed into a Virtual Reality Park!  Off the back of this, a crowd-funding campaign was launched to enable Parallel Parks to complete their mission to make the world’s national parks accessible to all through the use of technology.

The Parallel Parks event showcased four of Australia’s iconic national parks, the Murray River, Great Barrier Reef, Kangaroo Island and Uluru-Kata Tjuta.

William Quong from New Horizons Claireville Villas was impressed with the footage and how it allowed him a freedom he doesn’t have in his real world. “I think it is good, and if you can go slow you can control easily. My favourite is visiting the Great Barrier Reef. It’s a good experience if you haven’t been before and I love that you can go under-water in that one, especially as I can’t take my wheelchair in the water, I can’t get it wet!”

New Horizons launched a demo app that has been tested by users and has received the thumbs up, but there is more work to do in finding the best way to deliver the experience to as many people as possible.

I have spoken to some schools about the Parallel Parks project and they are also very excited to look into this project as well as it has the potential to reach many Students around the country that do not only have mobility problems but also are in very remote regions.

Parallel ParksYou can support Parallel Parks via the Enablr.or.au campaign here https://enablr.org.au/campaign/Parallel-parks

What does New Horizon need to fulfill their goal?

They need more quality Immersive 360 Video Content from our National Parks filmed for the needs of allowing people with disabilities into these hard to get to places.

They need better Apps to get this amazing 360 footage out to as many people as possible.

And they want to be able to provide people with disabilities that have had trouble purchasing equipment such as Smartphones and VR Headsets to enable them to experience what they are building.

New Horizons has already contributed $150,000 to the Parallel Parks Project but they need to raise another $100,000 to fund this next stage.

So lets get behind this initiative and watch it blossom into something amazing!

6 VR Apps for Education


6 VR Apps For Education

Educators at all levels from Prep through to University and Vocational courses are utilising the power of Virtual Reality at an increasing rate. To assist educators starting out with VR in the classroom we have put together this list of VR Apps for Education.

The list comprises only of Apps that have versions for both Apple iPhone and Android Devices.

We hope that this guide really helps you take learning to another level. VR is powerful, Students of all learning styles become engaged in this medium, they experience the space, time or subject as if they were there! After all, they were, virtually.

Another way of looking at VR for education is this! VR is the Gamification of learning!


Cost $13.99 for Android.





This is an outstanding App!

The environment that the crew at Umimersiv is first class, it is polished and very intuitive to navigate.

The experiences take in the Titanic, Acropolis of Athens, Anatomy VR, ISS, Dinosaur, Human Brain, Stonehenge, Rome and the Cardiovascular System.

As well as that they also provide courses such as American Revolution, Chinese Basics, French Revolution, Ancient Egypt, Search Engine Optimisation, Italian, Business Strategy, Business Model Canvas and Social Media Marketing.

As you can see this App covers a large and diverse range of subjects and is always adding to them. Not only is the content available but it is put together beautifully.

At the cost of $13.99 per install it is well worth it, your students of all ages will get a lot out of this outstanding App.

Just a side-note, it seems as though the full App is not available for Apples IOS but the Universiv Rome experience is available to download and the link is shown above.

Discovery VR





Discovery VR is a great resource to provide that additional content to your lesson plan. It is not a teaching App such as Unimersiv but it does have a lot of Science presented in the way of Immersive VR which really gets your students attention.

They have content ranging from Gold mining through to Shark Week! At the time of writing this article, Discovery VR was in the middle of Shark Week. I spent time learning about and swimming with a massive school of Hammer Head Sharks and learning that they are social and very gentle!

Wearing a headset is and experiencing the content of Discovery VR is certainly fun and engaging.

The bonus is here, they are always updating their library so this App will provide you with years of gold.






Public Speaking is a very important skill, it is also one of those things that people really fear!

If you have spoken publicly enough you would know that the more you do it the more you get de-sensitsed to the fear and anxiety that comes from speaking in front of a group of people.

This App does just that, it puts you in front of many people and trains you in the art of Public Speaking. Great for School Leaders and class presentations, it is a must-have tool for helping not just students but everyone improve their Public Speaking Skills.






If you want to take your students into the Human body then this is the App for you. During my testing I took a tour through the Gastrointestinal Tract, I will never look at what happens when I eat my food the same way again. It was fascinating!

The perfect App for your students to actually take a ride inside the human body and truly appreciate what it is and how it works.


King Tut VR




Many students learn about Ancient Egypt and there is no more famous Pharaoh than King Tut. I remember learning about King Tut as a child and the fact that he was so young really allowed me to relate to him, I still have that interest in him today.

This App allows your students to really dive deep into the world of Ancient Egypt and get a taste for what it is like on the ground. A very good App that everyone will love.

King Tut VR

Google Expeditions

This is another amazing App that allows teachers to take their students on guided tours of areas that we just cannot get too. This is a fantastic App and a lot of schools in Australia utilise this content.

Read here for further information on Google Expeditions.

Google Expeditions

Finding Immersive Video for education

Sometimes you may be teaching something that has no appropriate VR App. In these instances, I recommend going to Youtube. Youtube has a massive and ever-growing library of Immersive 360 Degree Video content that is perfect for a VR Headset and your classroom.

For example, I could not find an education App for Vikings! So, I went to youtube and searched for “Vikings 360 Video” and a bunch of great content came up. Of course, you will see non-relevant video pop up such as the Vikings NFL Team but there is loads of gold in a youtube search of this kind.



Mobile VR Marketing and Education

VR Marketing

Mobile VR Marketing and Education

The purpose of this article is to show that VR, in particular, Mobile VR’s uptake is growing at a rapid rate. We also have a few controversial comments in regards to what is VR 🙂

At AustechVR we speak with a lot of people and we also read a lot of stories online regarding the current state of Virtual Reality (VR) and the rise of Augmented Reality (AR). We find that there is always some hand-wringing from many that think VR is not being picked up fast enough or that AR is going to completely blow VR out of the water.

Prior to the recent Apple iPhone 8 and X release, many industry insiders were predicting that AR would crush VR and that would be that. This opinion has all but evaporated recently due to the iPhone not being nearly as AR ready as some may have wished.

All of a sudden there is a lot of chatter regarding VR which is great.

Now, VR is a big landscape. Proper VR if you would call it that is most commonly run on the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, these two platforms are in a price war at the moment. These headsets are “True” VR, they provide 6 degrees of Freedom (6DoF) which means that you can walk around the Virtual Environment and interact with different objects in that environment.

This allows for some pretty amazing games and apps such as the Tilt Brush and also allows for some pretty realistic on the job training for anyone from Mechanics to Surgeons.

There is only one problem – That is that the Vive and Oculus Rift has had a small take up of users due to the price of the headset and the fact that you need a very beefy computer with a high end graphics card to run it.

VR Marketing

What is Virtual Reality?

Let’s talk about Mobile VR. Some VR enthusiasts get upset when we use the term VR for phones because they say it is not technically VR. They say to have Virtual Reality you need 6DoF, anything else is just 360-Degree technology.

What does Wikipedia say Virtual Reality is?

Virtual reality (VR) is a computer technology that uses Virtual Reality Headsets or multi-projected environments, sometimes in combination with physical spaces, to generate realistic images, sounds and other sensations that simulate a user’s physical presence in a virtual or imaginary environment.


So I read that and would have to say that Mobile VR is actually Virtual Reality. It simulates a user’s physical presence in a virtual or imaginary environment.

360-Degree ticks the box on this, when you see a person put on a Google Cardboard Headset for the first time and experience 360-Degree video inside that device they are blown away. That simple 360 footage experienced from inside a Cardboard Headset can feel very immersive, particularly if you add to that some headphones!

Marketing and VR.

VR Marketing

A lot of people would say that games are a massive driver of Virtual Reality. I would certainly agree with that, they have pushed us to where we are now particularly with the higher end headsets and a lot of the new stand alone headsets that will be coming out late 2017 including the Vive Focus. http://phandroid.com/2017/09/18/standalone-vr-headset-htc-vive-focus/

What we are seeing from our viewpoint in Australia is a massive push by Marketing companies to provide immersive 360-Degree experiences the Google Cardboard. A few points here, nearly everyone has a smartphone that is capable of running Google Cardboard VR Apps starting with Youtube.

Businesses have twigged that Immersive Media not only shows people something but allows them to experience something! The potential customer have not just seen it, they have been there.

Coupled with some snappy branding on Google Cardboard Headsets you have a clear winner on how to have people actually remember and enjoy their interaction with your Brand or Cause.

In this day and age where people are so much more in tune with advertising this is something that really stands out and at the same time feels completely intuitive and natural.

Another area we are seeing a lot of growth is in the education sector. Education institutions ranging from State Schools through to Universities are utilising Mobile VR at an ever-increasing rate.

Putting students into an immersive environment flicks the switch for a lot of kids, they are fully immersed in an environment and loving the experience as opposed to staring out the window whilst they watch another dry Video or read from a book.

As we know, not all kids learn the same way and Mobile VR really engages with most providing a good chance that most students will learn. We have seen Language Apps, Googles own Expeditions as some VR Apps being utilised with an ever growing list.

So from where we sit, VR is in a good space. Immersive Media, Mobile Phone Technology and Cheap Headsets such as the Google Cardboard or VRGo are helping this along with the vital ingredient, people.

Virtual Tours – Unfair Advantage in Real Estate

3D Virtual Tour

Virtual Tours – Unfair Advantage in Real Estate

Any Real Estate Business worth its salt is using Professional High-Quality images, Video introducing Property and even Drones to show the Property from above.

But, there is one thing that some very successful agents are using that is not only bringing in more clients but also many more high quality leads for the properties that they are selling.

This one thing is Virtual Tours! The ability to have clients from anywhere on the Planet stroll through the property virtually is revolutionary.

The buyer already knows what the property looks like, after all, they have been there and already fallen in love with it.

After a potential client has been through a Virtual Tour then they can decide if they want to look at the property physically which makes them a very valuable lead.

A Virtual Tour of a Rural Property Enables more prospective buyers to view the property

The buyer already knows what the property looks like, after all, they have been there and already fallen in love with it. Even better, imagine selling a property after a Virtual Tour and the appropriate due diligence, it has happened.

We have found that Buyers are 60% more likely to email an agent and 95% more likely to call about a property listed on www.realestate.com.au that has a 3D Virtual Tour. (Source: Mixpanel Analytics, iOs app, last 30 days as of 19 May 2016).

The thing is, many Real Estate Businesses have not caught onto the power of the Virtual Tour, particularly one that is so Stunning and Engaging as the Virtual Tours that AustechVR provide. The other point is, is that the public is switching onto and loving Virtual Tours.

We have found that price is a perceived barrier for many Agents but is, in reality, a lot more affordable than what you would think. The Return on this small investment in particularly for higher end properties or properties in Rural Regions is staggering.

In addition to the assumption of the cost we have found many Agents are hesitant in adopting new marketing technologies or methods, they prefer to wait and see what the market leaders in Real Estate do and then jump on board.

Are you a market leader?

AustechVR service SE/QLD and Northern NSW for amazing 3D Virtual Tours and if you are in NSW, Victoria or Tasmania we have a trusted partner that we can refer you onto.

We want you to Dazzle your clients, both sellers and buyers using our amazing Virtual Tours and assist you in growing your business and reputation doing that.

If you are interested in a 3D Virtual Tour please email Sales@AustechVR.com.au or call 1300 850 353.

How to watch 360 degree video on your computer

360 degree video

How to Watch 360 Degree Video on your Computer

We all know when you watch 360 Video content on your phone that you can easily move the phone around and see all around. You can also use your finger and easily swipe left to right and really navigate to whatever place easily.

What about when you are in youtube on your computer? I have seen loads of people trying to grab at the video with their mouse and moving it around and that does not seem to work very well.

What you need to be doing in Youtube is clicking with your mouse onto the 360 navigation circle on the top left of the 360 degree video.

Of course it is much better to watch immersive video in a VR Headset but that is not always practical.

Once you have clicked on that you can use your keyboard arrows to then look left or right or up and down. This creates a more enjoyable and seamless experience for watching 360 content on your computer.

Give it a go on the Clash of Clans 360 video on youtube now!

Vimeo is much the same but a lot easier. You see with Youtube, you must click on that circle navigation area before using your keyboard arrows.

With Vimeo, just start playing the 360 video and you can begin spinning around with your keyboard arrows without clicking. Although if somehow you cannot spin around with the keyboard arrows you still have the circle navigation area to click on and activate on the right hand side of the video. Test it out on the video below!

360 Brisbane Eye from AustechVR on Vimeo.

Of course it is much better to watch immersive video in a VR Headset but that is not always practical.

3D Virtual Tours

3D Virtual Tours

Imagine your Real Estate listings, restaurant, store or Space being visited by people from all over the world in an amazing 3D 4K photo-realistic Virtual model.

Imagine someone walking around your shop, seeing a product inside this Virtual model and then clicking on it so that they can buy it from your online store.

Imagine a buyer for a wonderful Real Estate listing that lives interstate conducting their own Open House from their living room 5,000 Km away and knowing that this is the property for them.

Now, this is all possible with Matterport 3D Virtual Tour technology and AustechVR can make it happen. And people can do this from any device such as a Mobile Phone, Tablet or Computer. They can even view your space through Virtual Reality Headsets in full VR mode!

Try it below!

Matterport is changing many industries with it’s 3D Virtual Tour Technology, particularly in the world of Real Estate. It enables people to walk through the 3D model Virtually either via Virtual Reality Headsets or even on their Mobile Phones.

There is a lot of enthusiasm building with this technology, it allows people to travel from one state or city to another virtually, enabling them to actually experience the space as it is.

The key point here is you see the space just as it is!

Quite often you will find that Photography can be shot with wide lenses which make the room, house or space look much bigger than it actually is. This can lead to disappointment from potential buyers or customers as they feel let down when faced with the space in real life.

The Matterport 3D 360 Scan builds an accurately scaled 3D map with very high photographs layered over the top of the 3D map to show the property or space exactly as it is.

3D Virtual Tours engage people

Choose your own adventure, you can really choose where you turn, where you look and where you linger. This is one of the advantages over a traditional video which certainly still has a place, with a video you are taken where the camera is pointed. 3D Virtual Tours are designed so you can travel anywhere in the property at your leisure.

Let us touch on Retail and 3D Virtual Tours! Imagine a physical retail store that sells bikes, they have a website also! Well, we can scan that shop then clickable tags to the bikes that would then take you to their online store.

This allows you to actually walk around a retail store then click on the bike that they like the look of and investigate further and potentially buy. This is staggering technology when we can actually shop like this from the comfort of your couch.

With the Matterport Pro2, you are able to create the 3D Virtual Tours but there is more. We can also create very accurate Floor Plans, Highlight Reel in Video, prepare the space for Virtual Reality usage within a VR Headset. The big kicker is the High-Resolution Images that the Pro2 produces, these can be used for brochures, Web Listings or any other marketing requirement.

The High-Resolution photos can be up to a staggering 8092 x 4552 pixels (36 MP), that is very impressive.

You may have noticed I have mentioned tags, to be more accurate Matterport Tags. These enable the Matterport technician to tag features of your space or property.

This can be information on an amazing feature within the home, the menu of a restaurant we are scanning or the link to a product from a retail store to that sites eCommerce shop.

Another amazing feature that you are able to utilise in the tags is the ability to add video, so when someone clicks on the tag you can have a product video, informational video or even a short youtube clip of the fireplace in full flight!

The possibilities and the wow factor that these features bring are amazing, this tech really does put you in the best place to push your property or business.

Imagine the possibilities of the value of tags in places such as Museums, Libraries, and exhibitions!

Another brilliant way of using the Matterport 3D scanner is to monitor and report on Construction Projects. You can scan at different intervals of the construction process so that all major stakeholders are completely aware of what is happening.

After that you have information moving forward on the skeletons of the project which allows you to see what is behind the walls in years to come. How close is this to Time Travel?

Google Cardboard the Perfect Marketing Giveaway

Google Cardboard Marketing

Google Cardboard the Perfect Marketing Giveaway

The Google Cardboard Headset, the perfect marketing giveaway product! We help hundreds of businesses across Australia increase brand awareness and loyalty by the way of our Custom Google Cardboard Headsets.

Our Cardboard Headsets are often sought after a business prepares a Marketing Experience that contains Immersive 360 Content. This can be in the way of a short 360-Degree film or Advert for themselves or clients through to progressive Real Estate Agents and Developers that utilise 3D 360-Degree Virtual Tours.

The Google Cardboard is the perfect device in to get those experiences or have people teleport in a way to your location. You see, once you look at a 360-Degree experience in VR mode, it really is as if you are there.

The benefit of getting your own Custom Google Cardboard Headsets made up is that you can convey any message or feeling you want on them. From a simple logo and company colours through to complicated patterns and designs or even photographs overlaid with creative work.

The Google Cardboard does last for quite a while, I have been using the same headset for nearly a year and it is still fine. So, someone is given your Headset at an event with your branding and messaging on it, they take it home.

Other people such as family and friends may want to have a go all the while your specific messaging is front and centre providing a feeling of cutting edge technology and excitement. What a wonderful feeling for someone to have about yours or your customers brand, you cannot get that with the traditional USB sticks with catalogs stuffed onto them.

So, here are some points in why Custom Google Cardboard Headsets are the perfect marketing giveaway.

  • Allow people to be immersed into your world and have them excited to experience this.
  • Provide fun and excitement with your marketing.
  • Provide Exposure, people actually look at the design and take in your brand and messaging.
  • Shows your company to be fresh and innovative as you are using such a new exciting technology
  • This, in turn, shows that your business is on or ahead of the curve.

If you are interested in speaking to us about Custom Google Cardboard please fill out the form on this page or send an email to sales@austechvr.com.au or call on 1300 850 353.

Shooting 360 Video

360 still

Shooting 360 Video

At AustechVR we believe that 360 Video going to take Australia by storm. We will detail some handy hints on Shooting 360 Video to ensure you get the best out of your equipment.

The major difference between 360 Video and Standard video is frame! With a standard video you could choose exactly what to fill your frame with and it did not matter what was to the side of that as your audience could not see it.

With 360 video, there is no frame! This poses many issues and makes you think a little more about what and how you are going to film. This could be a problem or it could be a positive for your footage but what it really does is changes everything!

So let us dive into some points that you may have to think about when creating 360 Video.



No Frames, you have to be aware of your surroundings! Let’s just say you cannot film in a studio anymore where to the left and right there is a mess and people doing whatever. Simply that all becomes part of the video!

This also provides an opportunity to start thinking out of the box and finding unique places to film. You are able to show off your environment in full detail, this is great for unique spaces and of course, a never-ending supply of natural environments.

Just look at that Eagle Video above for a perfect example.

Being in Shot

Most of the time you will not want to be in shot unless you are carrying something like our Pluto 360 Camera for Android! So, if you do not want to be in shot you will need to look for a place to hide or even take yourself out in post production.

Thankfully nearly every 360 Camera is operated via Phone App, Ipad App or Workstations so if you need to be in another room or around the corner this is not a problem.

There is another trick, if there are loads of people around just sit yourself down and act casual, no-one will ever notice you!

Or, if you are a vlogger, this is no problem at all. 🙂

360 Brisbane Eye from AustechVR on Vimeo.

Zooming in

You cannot zoom in on certain things, so you have the option of either cutting then moving the camera closer to object X or you move the camera whilst filming to object X. This can be with a dolly system, remote control or even Drones if your Camera is small enough. This takes us to the next point, motion sickness.

Motion Sickness

If you walk around with a 360 Camera the chances are that you will be moving it up and down with each step. Imagine being on a ship with the horizon rising and falling as you look out, the same thing happens with the horizon on your footage and can cause motion sickness very quickly.

So, it is advisable to get creative with where you place your camera and aim to film from one spot. If you need to move there is nothing wrong with stopping the filming process and then cutting the next scene in.

As mentioned above, you can use a dolly system where you pull your camera along, remote control vehicles or Drones. Another great tool to use is a vehicle, you can attach the Camera to a vehicle and drive around, there will be no rising and falling horizon.

Stitch Lines

Stitching is what must happen to ensure that all your Cameras on your 360 Rig come together smoothly. Most stitching these days is done on Camera, in App or with software either in the Cloud or on your computer.

Know where your stitch lines will be, to do this experiment and check your footage so that when you are filming something say a person they are not standing between two cameras and being stitched together.

Stitch lines still do exist but they are not as pronounced as they used to be with earlier cameras but they can still pose a problem if you are not aware of them.

Hosting 360 Content

There are many ways to share your 360 Content these days. My favorites are Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook and VeeR TV  These platforms have millions of thirsty consumers ready to watch your 360 videos!

Of course, 360 Video is able to be viewed in Google Cardboard Headsets or any other Virtual Reality Headset. Simply go into VR mode and the screen splits into two so that you have one screen for each VR Headset Lens and you are suddenly immersed in the video! It is as if you are there and it is magic!

Be aware that when you have your video hosted the quality will drop due to compression methods used by hosts. As long as you are aware of this then you will not be upset.

I hope this short article gives you something to think about and makes your journey into 360 Video that little bit easier.


iPhone VR

Red Virtual Reality Headset

iPhone VR

We get this question asked of us a lot, do your VR Headsets work with iPhone? The answer is, yes! Our VR Headsets work with your iPhone and will provide you with iPhone VR!

We have 2 Virtual Reality Headsets suited to the iPhone. the one we recommend is our amazing

The VR Headset we recommend is our amazing VRGo Headset. It is completely portable, has amazingly clear Lenses for the best possible experience and also allows your camera to be visible which will really help when Apple starts using Augmented Reality.

Our VRGo Virtual Reality Headsets are priced very attractively and will provide you with the perfect solution when trying VR iPhone.

The next Headset we have that works with your iPhone is the Google Cardboard Headset. These come in at $15 and offer you a basic entry level experience and is perfect for viewing 360 Video or many Virtual Reality Experiences available on iTunes.

This is perfect if you have a bunch of people you are buying for or you need a Custom Virtual Reality Solution for your next event. The Google Cardboard can have a massive impact on your Marketing and will suit iPhone and Android phones so no-one misses out.VR Iphone

With the iPhone being so popular here in Australia we are finding more and more people are searching for the perfect VR Headset for iPhone VR.

The prerequisites for experiencing VR on your iPhone is that you must have iOS 8.0 or above. Essentially any iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone SE or above comes with iOS 9 and is ok, we believe that even the iPhone 5 should work although they are a little on the small side.

VR iPhone

We also offer a VR Shinecon Bluetooth Remote Control that you can pair with your iPhone and enjoy many VR games. If you do a search in iTunes for iCade VR you will find many games that will allow you to use this handy Remote Control.

Choose AustechVR as your iPhone VR Provider.