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Take the real immersive plunge into the microverse with our VR180 DEMO VIDEO


- Below, please see a 2D pannable preview -

- If you have a VR headset, it is STRONGLY recommended to view in true 3D VR -

(instructions below)

VR Demo v2.0
Play Video
Use cursor to pan video. Fullscreen and high quality sound recommended.
Use the settings icon to choose 4320s/8k resolution for maximum quality.


Download video file to watch in proper immersive VR:

VR Instructions

LUX DIVINUM VR DEMO REEL - Guidelines for playing from VR180 VIDEO FILE

Depending on what type of headset you have, there are a variety of options for VR video file playback. If you have a preference, use the player of your choice. Seated or standing position is fine. The motion in the video is very gentle but if you are extremely sensitive, stick with seated. Make sure to have sound dialed up to enjoy the video's soundtrack. Here are some tech guidelines for VR playback if you need them:

Quest 2/3 onboard file method:

- Download the VR180 video file to your PC from HERE. Don't watch it in Dropbox, hit Download.

- Attach the Quest to your PC via USB-C cable
- Activate Quest. You will see a dialog box asking if you want to let the PC access data on the Quest. Say YES or click the pop-up to confirm. The Quest may also ask about connecting using Oculus Link. Don't do that, this method of watching VR video does NOT require Link, it runs on the headset.
- You should now see the Quest as a drive on your PC. Copy the video file you have downloaded into the Movies subfolder. 
- Disconnect the USB-C entirely.
- Find the TV app amongst the Quest's main Apps. Once you are in TV, access "Your Media" (should be a button on the bottom and when in doubt scroll down) and click on the VR180 video file.
- You will need to tell the TV app how to properly present the immersive video. The default presentation will be flat, floating ahead of you (wrong). By pulling the trigger (or using the Meta button) you should be able to access a settings button (currently on the bottom right of the video frame) to switch from 2D to 3D 180 (VR180 format). Unfortunately the TV app currently has a bug which makes the shadow brightness pop up and down throughout playback, there's nothing that can be done but hopefully it's not too distracting.

- There are other players such as SkyboxVR which can also work well for local Quest playback.

- Enjoy!

PCVR method:

- Download the VR180 video file to your PC from HERE. Don't watch it in Dropbox, hit Download.

- Connect your headset by cable, Oculus Link, or other method.

- Open and play VR180 file in the player of your choice. SkyBoxVR and HereSphere are good options. (HereSphere has very smooth playback (no frame stuttering) but be advised it has some eye convergence tricks which must be fully defeated to avoid eye strain.)

- Set file to VR180 or "180 side by side stereo" or similar. 

- Enjoy!

Apple Vision Pro method:

- Download the VR180 video file to your PC/Mac from HERE. Don't watch it in Dropbox, hit Download.

- On PC/Mac, save the file to your iCloud account Files app, using or a more direct Mac method.

- On AVP, open the Files app and locate the video among your remote iCloud files. Copy the video file to the local Files app.

- Get the Moon VR video player from the AVP App Store.

- In Moon player, open video from Files. 

- By default, Moon player will not show the video in the correct projection. Use controls (currently on bottom right of video frame) to adjust the field of view to 180 degrees and the format to L/R (Left/Right) Stereo.

- A bit of patience is needed with Moon player getting things going, but keep trying and it should be fairly stable.

- Enjoy!

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