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This Jumanji VR Experience Also Works on Facebook

This Jumanji #VR Experience Also Works on Facebook

  • Along with the new movie, Sony has developed a VR scavenger hunt called Jumanji: The VR Adventure, that gives fans an opportunity to venture off into the world of Jumanji.
  • What makes Jumanji: The VR Adventure stand out from other experiences is that this VR experience was built using Facebook’s WebVR framework called React VR.
  • If you recall, Facebook announced and released React VR back in April, with the purpose of giving developers a way to easily build new WebVR experiences.
  • This means Jumanji: The VR Adventure – which was developed by Sony Pictures, Oculus, and co-developed by Avatar Labs along with the Facebook Creative Shop—can not only run on a VR headset, but it can also run on mobile phones, desktop computers and even on Facebook’s News Feed.
  • Check out what Dwayne Johnson had to say about Jumanji: The VR Adventure on his Facebook page.

Back in October, Sony announced Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the long-awaited sequel to the 1995 Robin Williams classic—only this time staring Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan. Along with the new movie, Sony has developed a VR scavenger hunt called Jumanji: The VR Adventure, that gives fans an opportunity to venture off into the world of Jumanji.

“A game for those who seek to find a way to leave their world behind”…literally.

Back in October, Sony announced Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the long-awaited sequel to the 1995 Robin Williams classic—only this time staring Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan. Along with the new movie, Sony has developed a VR scavenger hunt called Jumanji: The VR Adventure, that gives fans an opportunity to venture off into the world of Jumanji.

What makes Jumanji: The VR Adventure stand out from other experiences is that this VR experience was built using Facebook’s WebVR framework called React VR.  If you recall, Facebook announced and released React VR back in April, with the purpose of giving developers a way to easily build new WebVR experiences.

This means Jumanji: The VR Adventure – which was developed by Sony Pictures, Oculus, and co-developed by Avatar Labs along with the Facebook Creative Shop—can not only run on a VR headset, but it can also run on mobile phones, desktop computers and even on Facebook’s News Feed.

Check out what Dwayne Johnson had to say about Jumanji: The VR Adventure on his Facebook page.

In an interview with VRScout, Amir-Esmaeil Bozorgzadeh, co-founder of Virtuleap, a company focused on bringing WebVR experiences to the forefront, talked about how React VR integrations like this could change VR development.

“React VR enriches the landscape by offering developers with an expanded library and…

This Jumanji VR Experience Also Works on Facebook

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