PsychFi Lab and MCM London Comic Con Break VR World Record!

PsychFi Lab and MCM London Comic Con Break VR World Record!

0 comments 📅10 November 2015, 14:35

Were you part of PsychFi Lab’s virtual reality world record attempt at MCM London Comic Con? The event took place on Sunday 25 October 2015 as part of the Vidfest line-up and used the company’s awesome VR app, #HackThePlanet. If you were there wearing one of the 300 free cardboard VR headsets handed out by BrizTech, then congratulations! You helped break a world record! The official world record for a shared VR viewer experience now stands at 198 people.

Hack the planet recordsetter VR attempt at MCM Comic Con

The rules were simple: all participants had to use their own VR viewer or headset (any brand); be in the same non-virtual location; and be in sync for at least 15 seconds. The attempt was made using the free #HackThePlanet iOS and Android app and was verified by using video from the event.

The viewing experience was enhanced by live music from Revenge of Calculon and involved YouTube creators Ashens, MrWeebl, Lee Hardcastle, Out The Box, Noodlerella and Sammy.

Hack the Planet record attempt with Revenge of Calculon

Psych Fi Lab says #HackThePlanet’s immersive cyberdelic parallel universe was inspired by the anniversaries of the geek EDM cult classic movie Hackers and cyberpunk composer Simon Boswell (Ashens & The Quest For The Game Child, Burn:Cycle, Drug Bust Doody). You can download the free #HackThePlanet App on Android (where it has a 4.7 star rating) and iOS by visiting the PsychFi Lab website.

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