Virtual reality streaming service, Visbit, has launched in open beta, following five months of closed trials.
The company said its service supports multiple VR platforms –including Gear VR and Cardboard – and offers up to 6K stereoscopic support for 360° videos, which can be streamed over WiFi or LTE.
“We’ve made a number of tweaks and additions to make our all-in-one streaming service more robust and available for broader adoption,” said Visbit in a company blog.
California-based Visbit was founded in 2015. The startup said it aims to develop “the next generation of visual technologies and products that can revolutionise how people capture and consume visual information.”
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