HTC VIVE has released VIVE Sync, a remote collaboration and conferencing application. You can now try it for free. The company stated that it was designed specifically for businesses and remote employees to improve their communication and productivity.

HTC VIVE Sync is an intuitive VR collaboration tool that allows internal and external teams to meet in a virtual space. Users can hold internal creative meetings, online classroom discussions, virtual press conferences, and even remote sales presentations. In addition, it can support up to 30 participants at the same time.


It has OneDrive support, which allows you to upload and share internal files (PowerPoint, PDF, video and images) on the big screen of the meeting room. In addition, users can create full-body personalized avatars. In addition, through body tracking, participants' avatars can communicate their actual body language. It is compatible with all VIVE devices, including standalone and PC VR headsets.

In addition, future upgrades will add support for a larger VR ecosystem, including Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Windows Mixed Reality, and Valve Index devices. It will soon enable you to record meetings and allow participants without VR headsets to join the meeting via PC viewer.

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