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Matterport VR gives you the most immersive and accessible way to explore Spaces 

Dear Matterport Customer,

We are excited to announce new applications and upgrades for Matterport VR.
Introducing Matterport VR for Cardboard 

Viewing Spaces in Virtual Reality is easier than ever with Google Cardboard. Matterport VR for Cardboard is now live in the Google Play Store for anyone to download! Matterport VR for Cardboard lets you experience Spaces from our public galleries or your private collection with a compatible Android phone and Google Cardboard viewer. 
 

 
DOWNLOAD MATTERPORT VR
Check out our improvements to Matterport VR for Gear VR
(already included with Matterport VR for Cardboard)
  • Identify VR Spaces that are downloaded to your mobile device for fast offline viewing (look for the check box on the thumbnail)*
  • Automatically manage local app storage, freeing up room on your device without having to individually delete Spaces
  • Effortlessly navigate VR Spaces with a new easier-to-see two-toned cursor
  • Identify which VR Spaces support stereoscopic views or fly-through transitions with new display icons*
  • Experience a smoother and more stable VR experience with a platform software upgrade
*See screenshots at the bottom of this email.
DOWNLOAD MATTERPORT VR
Explore the Matterport VR Apps
  • Matterport VR Gallery. Explore a growing universe of VR Spaces. Travel back in time to ride on the Rosa Parks bus, revel in the luxury of the Four Seasons Ty Warner penthouse, or play Peter Pan in the Neverland Fantasy Room. Gallery Spaces are available from the Gallery folder within the app, or from the Matterport Gallery on the web. 
  • Options Menu. Control your viewing experience. Select your preferred view and transition type. 
  • Help Menu. This handy in-app guide helps users understand VR Showcase controls and navigation. 
  • Launch your VR Spaces from deep links. If you have converted your Spaces to VR, simply click your VR link or scan the QR code.
If you have any questions, please contact us at our support site

Thanks,

The Matterport Team
*How to identify downloaded Spaces and display icons:

A checkmark icon on a Space indicates it has been downloaded and is available for offline viewing. An eye icon on a Space indicates that it has been previously viewed from this device.
 

Each VR Space has a series of icons on the Info screen to indicate the features supported by the Space. View and transition types can be overridden from the Options menu. 
 


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