If you want to have one of the more unique experiences on your VR headset, Bible VRX is now available, and works with Google Cardboard.
Bible VRX is also available for the iPhone, showing scenes in 3D that were described in the Bible - something that includes Adam and Eve in the Garden of Even, and Moses parting the Red Sea. When Moses is parting the Red Sea, you can turn around on the spot, checking things out - like the Red Sea parting, of course.
Derek Ham, who developed Bible VRX, explained: "What if we could use virtual reality to re-live scenes from the Bible? I thought it's time to use technology to disrupt traditional methods of Bible based media". The "lite" version of Bible VRX looks to be one of, if not the first religious app for modern VR technology. Ham continued: "Bible VRX has a mission to use advanced technology to communicate the stories of the Bible, stories of faith, hope, and love".
He continued: "We strive to be a leading source of 'faith based' VR entertainment for families, and also serve as a resource to Churches and International Missions by offering unique products built on advanced technology promoting the Bible. Our objective is to be a profitable VR tech-company thus allowing us to pour back into local communities and international communities of need".
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 08:30 pm CDT
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