In 2014 a group of researchers at the Surrey Space Centre launched an ambitious project to send a cluster of GoPro cameras on a high altitude weather balloon, and use the footage to create a virtual reality experience called VR2Space. Thanks to the generosity of supporters, the project was successfully funded on KickStarter in July 2014 and became a reality. This is a made for VR experience that uses real world HD video footage to recreate the experience of flying to an altitude of 30 km above the surface of the earth.
Oculus Rift Version: Please follow this link to download VR2Space from the Oculus Store.
Android Version: Please follow this link to download VR2Space from the Google Play Store.
PC (2-dimensional) version: Please visit out Download page to get the demo. Update June 2017 - VR2Space has been Greenlit by the Steam community, and will be released shortly! Stay tuned.
Screenshots of the VR2Space software.