Despite Lego already being an over 8 billion dollar brand their constant innovation and embracing their community of creators are part of the reasons so many people love them. So there really was no need for them to release an Augmented Reality game and experience based on their Hidden Side brick set. Also no need for it to support multiple simultaneous players sharing the same experience. And yet they have and it is just a fantastically fun way to have even more fun with Legos.
Movie theater audiences are still uneasy about attending screenings, but for those of us with VR headsets it is still possible to have a shared movie watching experience using BigscreenVR. They emulate the theater seating and offer screening times to give you a movie theater feel. This includes a lobby where you can just meet and hang out if you like.
Bigscreen has also expanded into being a hub for live TV, concerts, conferences, as well as allowing users to stream their Windows PC into VR, all while still supporting a shared environment for friends, coworkers, and broader audiences. Not many others are as established in both providing content and a consistently stable place to interact with others.
Immersed VR is probably the closest thing to working in a coffee shop with your team than any other experience on the market. They provide a shared workspace to invite your coworkers, as well as a host of collaboration tools. To top it all off, you also have the ability to spawn multiple virtual monitors. Using more than one monitor is an established productivity boost, but being able to have up to 12 displays is more than most of us can fit into our real life workspaces.
CollabHub is a Virtual Reality breakout room where people come together to share ideas in an open environment with plenty of space to post anything. It doesn't try to solve every business problem with collaboration but that's a good thing. Their focus on emulating a pitch room in a really nice office or bungalow is perfect to remove the distractions of having too many things happening at one. Bring together up to 12 people and get productive while still remaining socially distant.
Wave concerts are immersive and rich performances from some of the top entertainers around. If you're missing enjoying a concert or performance from within a crowd then Wave may be the Virtual Reality experience for you. Past performances from The Weeknd, John Legend, and Lindsey Stirling set the expectations of what to expect but we're looking forward to what they will think of next.