Megs McLean Helps Launch ReelTime VR Mobile App

ReelTime has announced the release of the ReelTime VR app. and production suite establishing itself as the leader in the production and distribution of Virtual Reality Content. ReelTime VR, which is available now to nearly 2 billion devices worldwide for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices, is the most technologically advanced and the most creative Virtual Reality content to be released to the public to date. ReelTime VR has not only set the bar for virtual reality content but is the only company to offer a complete end to end solution.

The free application and content can be viewed for free with or without a virtual reality headset using most smartphones worldwide. The user is immersed in a 360 degree viewing experience, allowing them to look up, down, and all around as if they were standing right there. Country artist Megs McLean and ReelTime gave Taylor Swift concert attendees a special look into ReelTime VR during her performance at the concert in Seattle. The concert attendees were able to view “Virtually Me”, a revolutionary documentary shot in full 360 virtual reality which is featured on the ReelTime VR app. allowing users to stand in studio with Megs while she records her breakout single “It’s My Truck” with Drumming Legend Ben Smith of “Heart” and producer Geoff Ott at world renowned London Bridge Studio

The ReelTime VR production of Megs “Virtually Me” is the most sophisticated and enduring virtual reality content to date. Unlike lesser quality productions that utilize consumer Go Pro cameras providing lower picture quality and awkward movement, “Virtually Me” was produced with a proprietary system and shot with 361VR using Red Dragon Cameras. Compared to other applications such as the Samsung Gear VR which can only be used in conjunction with a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Reeltime VR is available to most smartphones worldwide and can be used with any phone based VR headset. The ReelTime VR platform also outperforms Oculus Rift in every aspect including quality, price, and entertainment.

Oculus Rift is still a gaming peripheral, requiring an expensive technologically advanced PC system that it must be plugged into for use. Oculus Rift is also not usable on smart phones and will not work outside of its controlled environment where it must utilize content specifically designed for that platform. This significantly restricts its access to content developed by third parties and limits entertainment options provided to users. Oculus Rift is set to be released sometime next year, and was recently purchased by Facebook for reportedly 2 billion dollars. ReelTime VR is available to the public now, can seamlessly adapt any content shot to standards allow distribution of content shot by third parties and provides an improved user experience. ReelTime VR is a free application that also provides an end to end solution for studios and other production houses.

“Virtually Me” is the first piece of content released to the public utilizing ReelTime VR and was produced by multi Emmy winning producers Jackson Nguyen and Todd Crites of TurnLeft/ReelTime Partners and Luis Flores of 361VR. The ReelTime VR app was developed by former ReelTimeCTO Barry Henthorn who has a long history of developing revolutionary and disruptive technologies. ReelTime will continue development of the ReelTime VR app as well as production of groundbreaking content that provides users the best of virtual reality and an end to end platform solution to third parties.



About Megs McLean: MegsMclean is a country music artist/actor who has managed to blend the heart of country with the no rules “play it like you feel it” Seattle music style. Her unique sound comes from her roots as a country girl and competition barrel racer, mixed with her hometown influence from the Seattle grunge scene. Megs McLean puts a twist on traditional country with a kick from the current generation.

The free app can be downloaded on any Android or iPhone and can be viewed with or without virtual reality goggles.