AccuWeather Lets You Check Weather Forecast in VR
Looking at the weather report is no longer a boring experience if you are able to check the entire forecast for the week in Virtual Reality using AccuWeather.
AccuWeather – Weather for Life
Checking the weather in VR might sound a bit too much and particularly unfeasible if you need to take a quick look before going out, but it is actually a nice and interesting experience if you have the time for it. AccuWeather will make your daily weather forecast an immersive experience if you happen to possess a Samsung Gear VR headset. The new app offers VR weather news, forecasts, and even some 360-degree videos of extraordinary weather events.
No one is ever too excited about weather forecasts as to feel the desire to watch it in Virtual Reality, but it’s always nice to have these features because you never know when they can be useful. The applications basically show you the temperature, humidity, and Ultraviolet index charts but you may feel more attracted to the 360-degrees videos full of weather action such as tornadoes and blizzards.
“Immerse yourself in an array of weather animations like stormy rain, snow, thunderstorms, and clouds, all which can be accessed either through a secret weather feature called WeatherScape, or experienced during one of your daily forecasts.”
AccuWeather claims it will add new interesting videos every week and expects to deliver some education insights on some of planet Earth’s most interesting weather events. You can download this app for free from the Oculus Store.https://virtualrealitytimes.com/2017/03/19/accuweather-lets-you-check-weather-forecast-in-vr/https://virtualrealitytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/accuweather-600x237.pnghttps://virtualrealitytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/accuweather-150x90.pngSoftwareTechnologyLooking at the weather report is no longer a boring experience if you are able to check the entire forecast for the week in Virtual Reality using AccuWeather. AccuWeather – Weather for Life Checking the weather in VR might sound a bit too much and particularly unfeasible if you need to...David. CDavid Curry[email protected]AuthorTechnology and video games writer from the UK. Enjoy playing video games. Currently learning electronic audio and web design.Virtual Reality Times