A new PC VR app called Spaces enables users to join Zoom meetings and other video calls from within VR.
The app was developed in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen many people around the world working from home and using virtual meeting tools such as Zoom. Spaces enables a user to join a video conference from within VR and use an adjustable virtual camera and whiteboard.
Spaces is available to download for PC VR and is easy to install and use. The VR user is placed in an environment with a virtual whiteboard and markers, along with an adjustable virtual camera. When the call begins, the other people in the video call join as normal. However, the user in VR will be represented by the virtual webcam showing the avatar in VR.
The developers, a startup of the same name called Spaces, offered a more succinct explanation in a Reddit post, explaining that the…