Visit one of the most iconic filming locations from “Lord of the Rings” in VR

Visit one of the most famous filming locations from The Lord of the Rings in VR

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The update for the Brink Traveler VR app brings six new amazing destinations. You can travel with Meta Quest 2 or PC VR.

Brink Traveler differs from other VR travel apps in important aspects:

  • The environment is perfectly digitized
  • The interface is optimized for virtual reality and its use is intuitive
  • You can visit places together with friends or strangers
  • The VR app is maintained and regularly expanded with new free features and content
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Since its release, the studio has delivered three major update. The first winter update brought a new destination as well as two new environments in existing destinations, text and audio localization of different languages, a number of new settings for movement and various graphical improvements that make the places visited feel even more alive.

Four more destinations followed in the summer update, as well as a multiplayer mode that uses new Meta avatars and turns the VR app into a social platform where you can meet people or travel with friends and family.

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Brink Traveler: these destinations are new

this christmas second winter update was released. It brings these six destinations:

  • Preikestolen rock platform in Norway with two views of cliffs and fjords
  • The Ulsanbawi Field Formation in South Korea in the middle of Seoraksan National Park.
  • New Zealand’s Mount Sunday, one of the most iconic filming locations from the Lord of the Rings trilogy
  • Bryce Canyon in the USA with two unique places, Navajo Stairs and Wall Street.
  • Dune du Pilat on the French Atlantic coast, a huge sand dune surrounded by forest.
  • Sand Dune Arch in the USA, which is part of Arches National Park.
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The following video provides a preview of these locations.

Travel together with (almost) all VR headsets

The Winter Update also brings several improvements. It now offers a multiplayer mode cross-platform support the following VR headsets and platforms:

  • SteamVR Headsets (still in early access).
  • Meta task 1 and 2
  • Meta Quest Pro
  • Oculus Rift (S)

The VR app now makes it easier to meet other people: Multiplayer mode uses icons to show where other VR users are.

The studio also added support for gaze and face tracking with Meta Quest Proand improved exploration of the seated environment by artificially increasing perspective. New country markers on postcards make it easier to find out where places are located around the world.

Want to learn more about virtual tours? Then check out my article on the best VR apps for photorealistic virtual travel.

You can purchase Brink Traveler for $10 in the Meta Quest Store for Meta Quest 1 & 2 and Oculus Rift (S). Brink Traveler is also available on Steam. In this version, the latest update is still in early access, so you need to activate it first.


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