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Founded in 2014, VRCHIVE is a technology company creating a social media platform and tools for VR creators and lovers. People use VRCHIVE to save and share what they see, make, and do in VR in realtime. We wanted to take 360 screenshots in VR, so we made the most utilized virtual 360 cameras in the world.

We made 360 Panorama Capture for capturing videos and Eyeshot for streaming photos. Both are free and take only minutes for developers to support.

Our technology has been used by thousands of VR creators to reach over 100 million VR lovers across YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and of course--VRCHIVE itself.

VRCHIVE is limitless in scope, with users sharing not only photos from games, but photos of art, architecture, human biology, space, and molecules.

In social VR, one area where VRCHIVE is particularly useful, we’ve had users save and share memories of their virtual escapades with the likes of Reggie Watts, Justin Roiland, and Deadmau5.

Our goal is to better connect the 300M+ people who love VR content with the people who make it and give the world a reliable daily source of awesome stuff to look at.

View our first press release for more details on our launch plan and quotes

Founder & CEO
Ka'i Kau

Blue Startups / Boost VC / Angels

Honolulu, HI / San Mateo, CA

Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Pimax, Daydream, GearVR, Cardboard

App Availability
Web browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Carmel (Desktop, Android, iOS)
Native apps: Coming soon to app stores



Credit: Anonymous in VRChat

Credit: Hamilton+Kidd

Credit: UnityMol

Credit: sryabtyourcats in Chaos Theory

Credit: Anonymous in VRChat

Credit: Anonymous in JanusVR

Credit: Shitty_Watercolour (2D)

Credit: Anonymous in VRChat

VRCHIVE Native app teaser

Tuscany in VRChat

YouTube love for creators

Include 360 embeds for maximum wow!

We kindly request you include a 360 embed in your coverage. 2D images are fine, but 360 sees greater engagement. You can embed any photo from VRCHIVE anywhere iframe is supported using the following code. Replace ID_GOES_HERE with the selected image's ID. (ex.

<div style="width:100%;height:100%;"><iframe frameborder="0" height="100%" src="" width="100%" style="height: 100%; margin: 0 auto; padding: 0 0 0 0; width: 100%;" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe></div>

If using, simply paste a link to an image on a new line an hit enter--no embed code required.

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