Owlchemy Labs introduced this week that each Job Simulator and Trip Simulator at the moment are accessible on Pico headsets.
Job Simulator and Trip Simulator stay two of the preferred titles accessible on VR headsets. The previous was first launched for the HTC Vive again in 2016, however has since made its strategy to almost each different main VR platform, together with the Quest and each PSVR headsets.
With the launch of Job Simulator and Trip Simulator on Pico headsets, Owlchemy ticks one other main VR platform off its listing.
Pico headphones, just like the Pico 4, are made by ByteDance, the Chinese language tech large behind TikTok. The headphones are bought in China and a choice of different areas, together with Japan, South Korea, Europe and others, with two separate software program showcases, one particular to China and one for different areas.
Whereas Owlchemy’s announcement tweet particularly mentions the launch of Pico headphones in China, Owlchemy CEO Andrew Eiche confirmed in a tweet that each titles are additionally accessible on the non-Chinese language Pico storefront.
Owlchemy Labs is a veteran digital actuality studio that is still dedicated to accessibility and advancing the design requirements of digital and augmented actuality. Extra lately, the studio demonstrated its work on designing for hand monitoring as the first enter methodology. Along with being the cornerstone of its upcoming multiplayer VR sport, Owlchemy additionally sees the burgeoning enter methodology as a part of the journey to deliver VR to the mass market.