According to Facebook, the Vive app will have the same features as the Rift version. You’ll be able to create your avatar, go on virtual photo tours, broadcast live, view videos in 360-degrees, create art, play games and, yes, take virtual selfies. And yes, it’ll be cross-platform, so users can hang out in Spaces on matter what VR headset they’re using.
Which is important, because Vive is only the beginning. Facebook plans on making Spaces compatible with pretty much every VR headset out there, which could include devices from the likes of Google, Microsoft and maybe even Sony. In the meantime, Vive users can head on over to facebook.com/spaces starting today to see if they want to partake in Facebook’s vision of the future.