Webmaster Central Debuts VR Content Service
TAMPA BAY, Fla. — Webmaster Central today announced its newest project, VR3000 Studios.
Andy A, founder and CEO of Webmaster Central, said the new studio will be the first of its kind to focus solely on the licensing of adult VR video content.
With built-in digital protections against piracy and technical limitations making it currently impractical for the free tube site model, adult companies now have a powerful new path to profitability beyond just live cams and dating, Andy A said.
“I’ve never seen anything like this before, it’s just incredible,” he said. “This technology isn’t delivering some cheap 3D movie with marginal impact. It’s totally immersive, so viewers feel like they’re actually in the scene.”
While licensable VR content by itself is exciting, what makes this news impactful is the technology that Webmaster Central has secured to deliver it, he said.
Webmaster Central plans to release additional details in coming days but is divulging now that VR3000 clients will be able to stream adult VR content. Building that streaming technology alone was a two-year project for the company, Andy A said.
“In the past if you wanted VR content for your Oculus Rift or whatever you’re using, you had to download it,” Andy A said. “Webmaster Central is now the only company on the planet who’s offering VR content via streaming, which completely changes the game.
“A typical VR scene is huge, making it impractical to download onto many mobile devices. Our new tech solves that problem, while introducing a lot of interesting new possibilities with live and VR together.”
The content from VR3000 Studios is shot in-house on custom cameras in Ultra 4K 180-degree 3D and streams at 60 frames-per- second. Webmaster Central expects its archives to exceed 5000 total VR scenes in a VR environment by the end of the year, with new updates planned once per week for clients.
Early internal tests of VR3000 content have seen conversions that exceed 1:200, a ratio that hasn’t been common with online adult content for about a decade, Andy A said.
Companies interested in learning more can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.