Re/code · Guided Meditation VR for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Gear VR
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Eric Johnson of Re/code spoke with our own Josh Farkas about Guided Meditation VR and how it can easily become a part of everyday relaxation.

From the article:

Farkas hopes to reach people who can’t go places like Italy — such as the sick or elderly — or people who won’t — such as Americans.

“Americans are the absolute worst at taking time off for themselves,” he said. “We want them to get home from work, put on a [virtual reality] headset, and just relax for five to 15 minutes.”

Farkas said Cubicle Ninjas also plans to charge for its Guided Meditation app, though he’s still not sure if it’ll be a one-time purchase or a subscription to “relaxation as a service.”

“For me to go and have a breather, I can buy a Starbucks and take a break,” Farkas said. “I don’t have a problem spending $5 there. Relaxation is a high-value item for me.”

Thanks to Re/code for featuring Guided Meditation VR! You can read Eric’s piece in its entirety here.