Vizor announces new WebVR editor Vizor 360

Oct. 16, 2017, 7:11 a.m. By: Pranjal Kumar

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Vizor (WebVR Software company) has announced the launch of its editor Vizor 360. The editor was initially released in the beta version. Vizor 360 has been developed to make the developers job easy while developing VR content. It has many tools like an instant preview, text editor, drag and drop feature and much more which allows the user to produce immersive content just by dragging and dropping media content.

Vizor 360 has been built upon React VR framework which was open sourced by Oculus in April this year. Oculus decided to open source React VR so that content could reach a large number of audience. Kaarlo Kananen (CEO of Vizor) said that the company’s goal is to ensure that editor was intuitive for the creators of every skill level to use. He also told that the company is thrilled to partner with Oculus team to drive WebVR innovation forward.

Vizor is the new company with lots of potentials which can be seen from the fact that they managed to raise more than $2 million for the company. Vizor 360 is out there and users can try that from the company’s official website. Vizor has also provided documentation for the new users. The popularity of VR cannot be ignored and with so many companies working to enhance the VR experience, it would be long before we are surrounded by a virtual world.

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