InceptionVR is a content distribution platform that allows VR and 360 video creators access to a large and active audience of viewers. They are very well established with premium content creators and large brands, as well as having a network of funding partners and fairly generous compensation agreements. Content on the platform is viewable on standalone VR headsets, mobile devices, and anyplace a VR viewer can run so you aren't limited to just an audience who have purchased HMUs.
We first featured VeeR back in Issue 22 for their partnership with CannesXR to host their submissions and viewings, but we also mention them again since they are another popular distribution platform for VR film makers. Aside from their partnerships with a global community of artists and creators, VeeR also helps fund noteworthy projects (up to $50,000 USD with exceptions) along with providing support and guidance where needed.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have become quite popular to sell unique art and experiences directly to private owners. Being paid one time for your perceived value of a piece is not very different than selling an original painting rather than selling prints, but with a bit more work "minting" the NFT on top of making your creation. The market for them is increasing as more well known creators and brands enter the space expanding their own portfolio of products.
Catchar marketplace allows you to sell your Spark AR assets, or buy digital assets to build and deploy AR experiences for Instagram and Facebook faster. You can also monetize your templates, shaders, 3D assets, and tutorials for sale to other creators to jumpstart their work.