Integrate Oculus Rift into your work flow and split your desktop into six windows that you can coordinate seamlessly with this software solution
|Updated||June 20 2018|
Pygmal Technologies N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.8 GB|
|Systems||Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit|
Space is an application that opens up a new perspective regarding the future of work by making the most out of the latest releases in virtual reality, namely HTC Hive and Oculus Rift. The idea behind the utility is to allow you to open six windows on your desktop while eliminating the constraints imposed by physical monitors.
It is necessary to mention that the program enables you to open, manipulate and interact with multiple screens regardless of the type of content displayed. Consequentially, you can customize and configure each window to exhibit web pages, videos, Windows application, 3D models and anything else you need to view so that you can increase your workflow and productivity.
The application can represent a good alternative for power-users who need to employ several monitors, but lack the physical space and suitable equipment to connect them all to one computer. At the same time, the utility can help you organize six distinct workspaces, each with its specific application and configurations. You should know that the program enables you to interact with the screens just as you normally would with any other object in virtual reality.
In the eventuality that you are using multiple monitors for your work or personal projects, although you do not really have too much space on your desk, and you also enjoy using your virtual reality device, then perhaps Space Crack might be worth a try.
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