PlayStation VR is not only excellent for video games, but also with rather passive experiences, the hardware should convince. These include, among others, David Attenborough’s “First Life VR”. This is a 15 minute film, where you can explore the ancient ocean of the Cambrian. The documentary was created to explore the secrets of the evolution of the first life on earth.
In “First Life VR” you meet the first inhabitants of the world and come across “extraordinary, extinct sea creatures, including the frightening anomalocaris and the odd-looking opabinia”. Free is fun. Rather, before the download from the PlayStation Store $ 6.49 are required.
“First Life offers a completely rendered environment with an all-round view, created by the award-winning special effects studio ZooFX, which is also responsible for the graphics of Hollywood films like Gravity,” says the official.
In “Cocos Shark Island”, which has also been released today, it plunges deep into the abundant waters and discovers the inhabitants who live there. “At night, however, this peaceful underwater world is transformed into something else – in these waters, sharks are swarming with sharks, and when the sun goes down, you experience the nerve kinkel of a nightly shark feeding from first hand.” The price of the title is $ 4.49.
The third Virtual Reality experience is called “Atomic Ghost Fleet” and can be purchased at the price of $ 4.49. “Atomic Ghost Fleet is an 18-minute film that combines the first 360-degree film footage and archive materials with rare and accurate insights to create a powerful and effective experience,” says the makers. You will be transferred to the Bikini Atoll, which was the site of nuclear tests 70 years ago.