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Guided Meditation VR

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Meditation made simple & visual.

Bring peace, joy, and calm back into your daily life with the virtual relaxation app Guided Meditation VR. Transform your home into an exotic, relaxing escape.

Escape the everyday in one of over 17 lush environments, each with 10+ unique, customized meditation spots.

Enjoy over 50 guided sessions in Zen, Heartfulness, Movement, Loving Compassion, or Relaxation. Learn ancient meditation practices in a cutting-edge way.

Prefer a 10-minute, 5-minute, or 2-minute meditation? Like music? No music? Want to select from curated spaces or simply explore? Customize your meditations to be perfect, just for you.

Enjoy new relaxation environments, meditations, teachers, and features in free future Early Access updates.

Leave the worries of your life for a short virtual vacation, and return calmer and stronger. Find your happy place.

Thoughts on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift DK2, and Gear VR editions:

“Guided Meditation’ Proves That ‘VR Relaxation’ Will Almost Certainly Become Its Own Genre”
– Road to VR

"A brilliant way to clear your head of distractions and frustrations."
– Polygon

"Cubicle Ninjas might have just set out to relax the world with Guided Meditation VR, but their passion project could become a revolution [...]"

“When I removed the headset, I felt euphoric. Part of me had expected the experience to be an anti-climax, but instead, it had been a revelation […] My happy, creative mood lasted the rest of the day.”
– IDEO Stories

"If you’re new to meditation, and don’t have access to a class or a teacher, and you’re looking to learn some of the basics of a guided practice like loving-kindness, an app like Guided Meditation VR would help."
– Health

"Slowly, I let the pixelated environment float into my consciousness. I find my eyes resting on the lapping waves that reflect the clouds—a perfect visualization for a metaphor the narrator offers me, to think of my thoughts as clouds and let them pass."
– Fast Company

"Takes relaxation to high-tech levels."

"Turn it on and relax your body and soul."
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Cubicle Ninjas
Cubicle Ninjas
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: HTC Vive HMD and controllers
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7-4770
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: HTC Vive HMD and controllers
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Dutch
Early Access Review As VR experiences go, most VR games pull you in and just when you are enticed there is no additional content. This however is not an game, there is no real interaction. But for what its advertised, it works well. And this at least will keep you "entertained" longer then most VR games. I found it practical and worth its money at the very least, especially seeing as some dead early acces title's charge the same and end up being, for lack of an better word, scam.
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Early Access Review In itself, this is not a Game. There are no Goals, no Quests, no Opponents, no Puzzles ... This is a Getaway from the Canning Tin-you can go to exotic Places for a Quarter of an hour, E.g. stroll along a Beach and just relax. In addition, there is a (on & switchable) Meditation Consultant who teaches you in very pleasant in The basics of autogenic training/Meditation. There are also Some soothing Music tracks available for Accompaniment. Early Access is currently not a Reason not to gain the Title. The Program is fully functional and is constantly being expanded to include new Features and Environments. Important Note: If you don't speak a Word of English, you may have Problems with this Program. However, the Language used is simple and clear In both menus and meditation Instructions and should not overwhelm Basic Features for People with English. Conclusion: If you are looking for Relaxation and can imagine this with a Vive Headset On your Head, you will be happy here. It's like an extremely extended Version of TheBlu (and this time not under, but above water)
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Early Access Review The software is well made. Enough care and attention to detail. There are a lot of scenes and spoken meditations. The scenery looks good but this can be a little better if you compare for example with recent games. I also had the feeling everything is just a bit too big. Fishes, plants, rocks all are more than lifesize. Nevertheless it does the trick, and because you get very relaxing visual input as well as relaxing sound, this leads to a pleasant feeling. The movement-meditation option is also nice. So far I didn't listen too much to the voices as they were more disturbing than helpful for me. It would be a nice idea to be able to slow the speed voice down, just like you can in youtube for example. Mostly when people speak it is way to quick for meditation. Other than that I see few flaws. Sometimes I have a little bit of trouble getting my controller to point at the options. It would also be nice to have more futuristic / musical landscapes which are not too flashy. But all in all I like it a lot! There is not a crazy lot of customization possible, but enough. Compared to most games in VR which are nerve wrecking and full of noise, this is a breath of fresh air. The developers also seem to be pretty active in improving and expanding their product, which is also a good sign. Keep up the good work!
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