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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

A software that emulates HTC Vive on Cardboard receives a huge 2.0 update.

VRidge - A software that emulates HTC Vive on Cardboard receives a huge 2.0 update. Scheduled to be released January 30th it brings completely rewritten code base and plenty of new features:


  • Completely new user interface
  • Streaming quality adjustment during streaming
  • Improved stability
  • Support for additional integrations
  • Moonlight support
  • Multi-language support

The new code base will be used as a foundation to future features like more tracking options, additional hand controllers support and streaming performance optimization.  

Beta access to 2.0 Update is described in the most recent Blog dev entry. It can be used as a review version for the January 30th release:

About VRidge:

VRidge is a software that lets Google Cardboard users play PC VR games. It uses streaming technology to turn the phone into HTC Vive headset emulator. A showcase on how VRidge works can be seen here:

More details and key highlights can be found in RiftCat Press Kit:

About RiftCat:

RiftCat is a Poland based startup developing VR technologies. Its main goal is to make VR technologies available to everyone by making it more affordable. It was founded in June 2015, receiving $165 000 funding from IdeaLab Venture Capital.

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