Off the heels of Oculus Connect 4, Vizor, a WebVR software company, announced the official launch of its editor, Vizor 360. Previously operating in private beta, the editor is now available publicly, allowing users to effortlessly produce interactive and immersive tours, stories and experiences by simply dragging and dropping media components. Built on top of the React VR framework that was open sourced by Oculus in April 2017, content produced by Vizor 360 can reach a large audience across multiple platforms – including the Facebook News Feed.
“What sets WebVR apart is universality and accessibility,” said Kaarlo Kananen, founder and CEO of Vizor (pictured top left). “Our major goal with Vizor 360 was to ensure the editor was intuitive and effortless for creators of every skill level to use. We’re thrilled to partner with the Oculus team to drive WebVR innovation forward and hope our editor encourages the vision as well.”
Equipped with easy-to-use tools such as instant preview, drag-and-drop features, text editor with web font support and more, Vizor 360 allows creative teams across all industries to build and publish WebVR experiences with no coding experience required.
To see the Vizor 360 editor in action, please click here. For more information and to try Vizor 360, visit www.vizor.io.
Vizor is a virtual reality software company, with a unique and powerful content creation platform. Vizor’s mission is to help build a new immersive web by enabling modern businesses and storytellers to fill the world with beautiful and engaging content. With Vizor’s WebVR solutions, creating, sharing and publishing stimulating 360-degree/VR content has never been easier, empowering its customers to become leaders in virtual reality. Vizor believes that the web should be more immersive and VR content should be in the hands of everyone.