GLEN ELLYN, Ill., July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Six weeks after the launch of Guided Meditation VR -- the world's leading virtual reality health software -- the app has been downloaded over 100,000 times in the Oculus Store, leading to 1,000,000 unique heartbeats captured. Guided Meditation VR empowers users to virtually rest in exotic locations across the globe, without leaving the comfort of their home or office. The community enjoyed more than 270 days, or 40 weeks, of non-stop virtual reality meditation in 40 days.
Additionally, 96% of Guided Meditation VR users reported that they leave the session calm or happy. These data points underline the positive physical and cognitive benefits virtual reality will bring to the realm of digital healthcare.
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ANNOUNCING MINDTOON LAB MEDITATION SERIES
Guided Meditation VR has partnered with many of the world's most talented meditation and mindfulness experts.
The first result of this effort is a powerful 10-part meditative series courtesy of MindToon Lab, a leader in the meditation wellness arena. Founded by Michigan State University Professor Carrie Heeter, Ph.D., MindToon Lab explores, understands and designs effective, innovative cyber meditations. Co-created with meditation expert and Clinical Mind-Body Therapist Marcel Allbritton, Ph.D. the Movement series is custom built for Guided Meditation VR. Available for free on Tuesday, July 26th, this is a beautiful way to enhance wellness through virtual reality.
July 26th also marks the release of 2-minute, 5-minute, and 10-minute variants, 4 new environments, and a 10 session Zen series by Mark McKay.
HTC VIVE AND OCULUS RIFT EXPERIENCE DEMO
Later this month Guided Meditation VR will launch a HTC Vive and Oculus Rift demo experience. Users can tour breathtaking, fully immersive meditative locations as well as taste the unique motion controls. 2016 will find Guided Meditation VR heading towards a full release across both platforms.