Google is on fire for VR. Months ago, they releases Blocks by Google, Then they releases Poly, a place to browse, discover and download 3D objects for VR and AR. And not forgetting Google Earth VR, Tilt Brush, Blocks by Google , the various Google Spotlight Stories, ARCore and more in recent weeks and months.
Their latest VR release? A rather short VR app that serves as a showpiece for the spatial audio capabilities of the Rsonance Audio SDK by Google.
Audio Factory is a VR experience (Daydream port) showcasing spatial audio capabilities of the Resonance Audio SDK by Google. Work your way through each factory floor to experience evocative sound design, compelling visuals, and fun interactive tasks. Experience how spatial audio contributes to the VR immersion. This is a Daydream port and visualizes the Daydream controller by mapping controls to the Vive and Oculus Touch controllers. Note: Wired headphones required (Bluetooth headphones not supported due to their increased latency). Vive controller or Oculus Touch controller required.
For more information on how you can add spatial audio to your VR experiences using the Resonance Audio SDK, please see our website link further down on this page.
Audio Factory isn’t a game. It is a short VR experience, as stated by the description, so do set your expectation right. This app was originally released for Google Daydream devices (Google Playstore), and yes, this PC release is simply a port.
The VR audio experience is currently free to play with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift support. Feel free to download and try it on Steam, just be sure to wear a headphone or a earpiece when you use it!