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Get out of the mental hamster wheel
Magic Horizons explained in 100 seconds
Relax and immerse yourself in calming worlds in virtual reality (VR)
Magic Horizons offers a unique combination of elaborately produced 360-degree environments in 3D, calming music, modern virtual reality technology and relaxing virtual worlds for VR glasses.
Switch on – Dive in
Take a brief virtual break at the push of a button: Virtual Reality (VR) is the first and only technology that enables instant immersion in relaxing and calming applications. Discover new worlds – extend your horizon.
360° Virtual Reality environments: How do they work?
The 360° Virtual Reality environments enable intensive immersion in the VR worlds. VR screens you completely from the outside world. In the software for VR glasses you immediately feel transported into the real setting. The advantages of Virtual Reality are that the human brain lets go much faster this way – and your mind clears. This helps you achieve far deeper and long-lasting relaxation. With the virtual trips with VR glasses you do not just watch films about dolphins – you swim directly along with them.
Magic Horizons offers a unique combination
of elaborately produced 360-degree environments (in 3D), calming music, modern virtual reality technology and relaxing virtual worlds.
Giorgio Koppehele, Magic Horizons Founder
“Magic Horizons aims to help as many people as possible to break free from the mental hamster wheel.”
Martin Koppehele, Magic Horizons Founder
„There are situations that demand your all, during which only short timeouts are possible: our relaxing virtual reality applications allow you to instantly switch off.”
Volker Strassburg, Editor of VIDEO magazine
“Magic Horizons directs your gaze towards distant worlds, instantly bringing them to life. This German start-up painstakingly produces both animated and real-life films in virtual reality with one primary aim: absolute well-being.”
Dr. Christian Stein, gamelab.berlin at the Cluster of Excellence Image, Knowledge and Design at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
“Relaxation effects and regeneration after stress have been demonstrated for music and virtual environments in various studies.”
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