NASA case study


NASA created a series of breathtaking 360º videos and wants to use these to get kids excited about space. But what is the best way to let a classroom full of kids watch these videos?


In an ideal situation, all kids should be able to view the videos at the same time, since this would cause the least amount of disruption in the classroom. So NASA needed multiple VR headsets, and an easy way to play a video on all headsets simultaneously.


We created a VR app for NASA and integrated our Headjack Cinema feature, which allowed them to control all of their 75 Oculus Go headsets with a single click. Based on the client’s request, we also developed an offline Cinema control page, so that the VR headsets could be controlled through a local network, preventing possible internet connectivity issues at the schools.

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