(VRfun18) Dive with Dolphins in 360° Ocean Rift VR [8K]



Facts about the bottlenose dolphin
Bottlenose Dolphins are the most common and well known members of the oceanic dolphin family. They are highly intelligent marine mammals, and like humans and great apes, can recognise themselves in a mirror.

Bottlenose Dolphins are very social creatures, and live in pods of between 10 and 30 individuals, which will cooperate, hunt and raise young together. Dolphins join, split up and re-join pods in different combinations, and pods may sometimes combine for several minutes or hours to form larger social groups called “herds”. Dolphins communicate using a mixture of clicks, whistles, squeaks, and body language like jumping out of the water, tail flapping, and butting heads together. Being mammals, they need to come up to she surface to breathe, and most dolphin species can hold their breath for between 5-15 minutes.

All dolphins are carnivores and mostly eat fish and squid. They search for food using a technique called echolocation, like bats, where they emit sounds and listen for the echoes to determine the location and shape of nearby objects.

Ocean Rift
Ocean Rift is the world’s first VR aquatic safari park. Explore a vivid underwater world full of life including dolphins, sharks, orcas, turtles, sea snakes, rays, manatees, sea lions, whales, and even dinosaurs!

Ocean Rift features many habitats in 360° ready for you to explore. Environments range from coral reefs, mangrove swamps and shipwrecks, to the deep sea, Arctic and Atlantis.

Ocean Rift’s star animals are animated using an advanced procedural animation system. Its aim is to produce life-like behavior, and display some of the range of motion and dexterity shown by real-life equivalents. Dolphins for example will twist, twirl and swim through hoops in an endless variety of ways.

⌚ Marine life in this video
00:19 – Bottlenose dolphins
02:04 – Atlantic Trumpetfish
04:02 – Common Crab
07:17 – Orangespine Unicornfish
09:12 – Blackspotted Sweetlip

This VR gameplay video has been recorded in 8K 360° on the Oculus Quest 2.

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