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The Dreamscaping Series
Where Spheres Touch VR - Windows
- Rift CV1 & Rift DK2$19.95
An original music experiential by indie artist and songwriter Paul Marcano based on the album Where Spheres Touch available on iTunes, CDbaby and Amazon. This VR experience is a surreal environment created and themed to enhance the listening pleasure of new music you may have never heard before. Features worlds within worlds of original artwork. A collectible VR work of art and music.
Purchase directly off of www.dreamscaping.com and get a Code Activation for installing directly in the Oculus Store. Alternatively, Unzip the Where Spheres Touch VR zip file and double click the Where Spheres Touch .exe file.
Oculus Rift: runtime min. 1.30 Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD R9 290 equivalent or greater CPU: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater Memory: 8GB+ RAM OS Windows 7 SP1 64 bit or newer Gamepad Note: Will run on lesser computer systems to some degree.
Upon arrival, note that all spheres at water level can be entered from any angle by simply passing through them. Each sphere features an individual song already in play (loops if you would like to hear it from the beginning) A Jetpack is available by holding the Y button down on a game controller (required)
This product is a music and art experiential. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age. It is not goal-based VR game . If there is any discomfort or disorientation, simply remove the VR headset. Purchasers of this application should be advised that material, music and art within this application are Copyright 2016 Paul R. Marcano and can not be re-distributed by any means without the expressed permission from the artist who can be contacted through www.Dreamscaping.com - Purchasers are asked to please respect the owner's Copyright with All Rights Reserved. Special thanks to all purchasers for respecting these conditions and supporting the creative work herein.
All material, music and art Copyright 2016 Paul R. Marcano