Editor | Oct 14, 2017 | 0
Samsung develops VR app for parents to share bedtime stories remotely
Samsung is developing an app that will allow parents to share bedtime stories with their children remotely, complete with animation to help bring the stories to life.
Bedtime VR Stories, which is intended for families with parents who either work late or travel for work regularly, allows parent and child to see each other and interact remotely.
“Sharing a bedtime story is incredibly special. But longer working days and hectic schedules make this harder to do,” the company said in a web post. “At Samsung we believe that technology should bring us closer together. That’s why we developed Bedtime VR Stories, so parents and children can enjoy a story together, even when they’re apart. Using individual VR headsets, the app creates a VR story environment where parent and child can see and interact with each other, for an immersive shared experience.”
Bedtime VR Stories is currently being developed for full release.