Live streaming is the next big thing in Virtual Reality. Just imagine the thought of being transported to any live event at an instant. Fully immersive, fully 3D. Music festivals, sport events, keynotes, trade shows. Whatever it may be: Delight VR gives you the tools to deliver the smoothest VR live streaming experience to your customers in a truly cross-platform manner.
MPEG-Dash & HLS Live Streaming.
Using the latest in industry standard live-streaming protocols, your users will enjoy fast startup times and high-quality streams at the optimal bandwidth and video resolutions based on their devices capabilities. Delight VR supports state-of-the-art MPEG-DASH and HLS protocols for maximum compatibility and performance.
Make the most out of your existing workflow.
With Delight VR it is truly simple to plug into any existing live-streaming workflow: Delight VR supports a multitude of existing encoding and playout formats and can therefore be integrated with most camera rigs, encoding services and delivery networks.
We will be offering specialized encoding and delivery services in Beta soon.
With VR becoming more and more popular it’s getting important for all kinds of camera manufacturers to provide sophisticated optical devices. By April 2018 there are already more than 50 spherical camera systems to buy…
Stream seamlessly cross platform.
Stream your content directly to all common VR headsets such as Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard, Google Daydream, HTC Vive, Oculus CV1, iPhones, Androids, tablets and desktop computers. No app required.
VR Live Stream Controls and White Label Option.
Delight VR now features specialized live streaming transport controls that are completely white label capable. Now you do not need to compromise on the UX you want to deliver to your users, keeping them fully engaged and immersed in the live experience.
Delight VR is built for super-easy web integration. Just add the personalized script to your site and start building your experience with Delight VR Live Streaming in no time. Just a few lines of HTML are enough. It’s that simple.