IDM VR – FAQ2018-11-07T23:06:21+00:00

“California Dreaming” is the first ever virtual reality guided meditation program based in live nature settings. Join meditation teachers Travis Eliot and Lauren Eckstrom on a powerful meditative journey to some of California’s most iconic locations including Yosemite National Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Big Sur, Pfeiffer Beach, Limekiln State Park, and Joshua Tree.

The program includes 7 meditation practices approximately 10 minutes each. Accompanied by a cinematic soundtrack and exquisite instruction, prepare to be transported to an Inner Dimension…Get Virtually Meditated!

’California Dreaming’ can also be experienced on newer smart phones in full 360 High Definition without virtual reality goggles.


FAQ

Can I watch without a headset?
Yes. On mobile devices, simply tilt or drag your finger across the screen to look around the VR environment. For the best mobile experience we recommend  rotating to landscape ( horizontal ) mode. On desktops, you can click or use the arrow keys to explore. View Desktop Demo Video

How do I know the videos will work with my phone?
Most Cardboard apps work with Android 4.1+ and the latest iOS smartphones.

Where can I find apps for Cardboard?
From the Google Cardboard app on ANDROID and IOS, you can discover Cardboard apps by selecting “GET APPS.”

How to set up Google Cardboard?
Once your cardboard is set up, press play on the VR meditation, and then press the goggle icon at the bottom left corner. Place phone in cardboard and once correctly aligned, your VR meditation will begin playing, or you may have to press the select button on top of your Cardboard device. Click Here to learn more about  “How to set up  Google Cardboard.”

Oculus GO viewing tips?
We recommend using “desktop viewing” mode as the best way to watch these classes. To watch in full 360: Press the “Play Button” on the video. Pls allow 5-7seconds for the video to load. Then a box with the word “Start” will appear, click it and the video will launch into full 360 viewing.

Google Chrome viewing tips?
On Android mobile chrome browsers some users have to copy and paste this link: chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-web-platform-features and enable that setting to work around a bug in Android Chrome