Just when we thought social media couldn’t get any better….Virtual reality is moving into the social community now too. So long Facebook and Instagram, welcome to the new era of social media – vTime.
March 15, 2016
Written by: Ian Kar
vTime, the first virtual reality social network, wants to make that possible. Developed by Starship Group, a VR/AR innovation company, the service launched on Google Cardboard on Mar. 11. and the app works on the Samsung Gear VR too.
The social network lets you create a virtual avatar and interact with other 1-3 other users in 12 different virtual worlds. You can create chatrooms and invite your friends, or have the system randomly pair you with a user to talk to-called Random Match. The company told Quartz it has “tens of thousands of users in 150 countries.”