Celebrate Presidents Day in VR
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Posted by Oculus VR
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February 19, 2018
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It’s Presidents Day in the US, and we’re celebrating with a curated selection of content highlighting American landmarks, history, and more.

American Experience by Boulevard
Explore the Library of Congress, the Capitol Building, and beyond in this free experience from Boulevard.
Available On: Gear VR

Buzz Aldrin: Cycling Pathways to Mars
The past and present of space exploration collide in this experience featuring American astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Available On: Rift

Google Earth VR
From mountain peaks to city streets, this is your ticket to virtually any destination the planet has to offer—what better way to see the States?
Available On: Rift

The Grand Canyon VR Experience
Take a relaxing kayak ride to the heart of the Grand Canyon—complete with procedurally-generated wildlife and light interaction.
Available On: Rift

MasterWorks: Journey Through History
Visit Mount Rushmore and take in the iconic sculpture of US Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln like never before.
Available On: Rift + Gear VR
Learn More:Journey Through History with MasterWorks, Available Now on Rift and Gear VR

National Park Experience
Travel to eight of America’s National Parks and appreciate their beauty from the comfort of your own home.
Available On: Gear VR

The People’s House: Inside the White House with Barack and Michelle Obama
This Emmy award-winning VR documentary takes you inside the White House for an intimate tour guided by Barack and Michelle Obama.
Available On: Rift + Gear VR
Learn More:Tour The People’s House in 360 with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama

Space Needle
The symbol of the Space Age and Seattle’s most famous landmark comes to life in this immersive visual experience.
Available On: Gear VR

The Raven VR
Celebrate one of America’s most prominent literary figures with this adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s infamous poem.
Available On: Rift


What are some of your favorite pieces of VR Americana? Let us know in the comments!

— The Oculus Team