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Sit back and enjoy your TV shows in VR

The Dream VR has teamed up with Pico Interactive, maker of high-end portable VR headsets, to bring its original content to the Pico Goblin and Pico Neo all-in-one VR headsets.

This partnership grows Dream VR’s distribution channels and adds over 150 channels of video content to Pico’s platforms.

“We are really excited to continue adding amazing content to our platforms," said Pico Interactive VP of Business Development, Paul Viglienzone. 

“With standalone headsets taking over the 2018 market, our lineup of all-in-one headsets is a perfect match to host the Dream VR’s original content library.”

Thanks to Pico’s suite of all-in-one VR headsets, the Dream VR’s content, with channels spanning sports, music, food and entertainment, will give viewers the ability to freely immerse themselves in a world of VR entertainment. 

This also includes an exclusive partnership with one of the world’s biggest soccer clubs.

"The Dream VR team could not be more thrilled about our global partnership with Pico Interactive, Inc."

"With Pico’s lineup of world-class all-in-one headsets, it has never been easier to dive into our library of amazing virtual spaces and experiences," said Albert Palay CEO and Founder of The Dream VR.

The Dream VR’s video library is available now to download on the Pico Goblin.

The Dream VR will also be available on Pico Neo headsets later this year.

Founded in 2015, Pico has over 300 team members around the world, all focused on creating VR, AR and Imaging platforms for businesses and consumers alike. 

Operating under the guiding principle of "user first design", Pico aims to lead the VR industry in developing and implementing AIO (all-in-one) VR Headsets. 

With operations all over the world, Pico aims to provide customers with local support and guidance for their VR applications and programs.

The Dream VR is the first Virtual Reality and 360º TV in the world. 

They aim to be the television of the future. 

With their patented technology, the Dream VR enables users to activate 360º scenery on Smart TVs and is currently the only technology provider in the world that can reproduce 360º content on 300 million Samsung Smart TVs and 50 million Apple TVs worldwide in 180 countries. 

The Dream VR app has 2 million downloads and is available on every major 360º and VR platform.

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