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Relax with Guided Meditation, a Peaceful Virtual Reality World

Relax with Guided Meditation, a Peaceful Virtual Reality World

If you are looking for an escape from the daily hustle and bustle of life, you can do so with the help of Guided Meditation, a demo of Oculus Rift DK2. This demo will provide you with the option of visiting some of the peaceful places virtually. The app has been developed by Cubicle Ninjas, a creative design and development agency based in Chicago. With the app, you will be able to choose from four calming locations around the globe. They include Cosmo Canyon, Birchnut Forest, Yosuka Garden and Costa Del Sol.

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Guided Meditation- Relax with Virtual Reality

With the immersive experience of virtual reality, Guided Meditation gives a new meaning to relaxation. You will be able to travel virtually to spectacular canyons below a blue sky, a magical forest, a Japanese koi pond or even a perfect tropical beach. Your journey to relaxation will be complete with the comforting voice that provides guided meditations along with breathing exercises. The four scenarios include:

  • Cosmo Canyon

Winding lakes, mesmerizing canyons and vast plains under an endless blue sky is what you will be able to visit in Cosmo Canyon.

  • Birchnut Forest

Violet trees swaying in the wind mixed with faint tribal echoes will help you relax easily in the Birchnut Forest.

  • Yokosuka Garden

As the name suggests, you will travel to Japanese surrounding filled with soaring wooden temples, lush green grass, bridges over serene rivers and a dojo where you will be able to sit and watch the amazing gardens below.

  • Costa Del Sol

To get a tropical flavor, you can choose the Costa Del Sol, which consists of an Indonesian island with coconut trees, deep blue seas, pristine beaches and birds flying in the sky.

Compatibility and Availability

The Guided Meditation app works with Oculus Rift DK1 and DK2. Right now the creators are busy in fine-tuning the app. The mobile versions are being examined by the developers, but with the intensity of the visuals, it is natural that the users will get an out-of-world experience.

The app is now available for free download on desktop computers. It has been designed for use with Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets.

What about you?

Are you ready to take the virtual reality relaxation guide? Do you think this will actually help people to relax? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Image Source – developer.oculusvr.com

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Bridget Wilson is a freelance writer. She loves to keep herself updated on latest technological developments. She is fascinated with augmented reality, 3D printing and wearable technology.If you have any questions about our website you can find Bridget on Google+ or get in touch via Twitter (@augmentedtrends)

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