Virtual reality (VR) marketplaces are publically available online platforms used to explore, share, find, and purchase VR content, such as mobile games. Some VR marketplaces provide developers with a platform to design content and host their VR creations, which will then host the overall VR experiences. A VR marketplace is used to showcase VR creations and provide users with a foundation to develop and expand VR experiences. These creations can then be the building blocks developers use to create VR experiences for games or mobile apps. These tools are often tailored toward a specific operating system and collection of hardware, but some platforms allow for the combination of different brands of head-mounted displays (HMD) and controllers to customize users’ VR experiences. VR marketplaces can be utilized across a variety of industries, including game development and film. Gamers may also be able to purchase completed VR video games from VR marketplaces.
To qualify for inclusion in the Virtual Reality Marketplace category, a product must:
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