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Disney puts all of its movie VR experiences in a single app

Good luck tearing kids away from this.

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If you've got a VR headset, you've probably noticed that finding compelling virtual experiences isn't as easy as it could be. Disney is hoping to fix that, at least for its own properties, with its new VR app on Steam. It puts all of the company's virtual offerings -- including experiences for Star Wars, The Avengers and The Jungle Book -- in a single location. And best of all, it's free and compatible with both the HTC Vive (which runs SteamVR) and the Oculus Rift.

Obviously, these VR tidbits are really just interactive marketing for Disney's franchise empire, but they could still be a fun way to show off VR to kids. It doesn't look like the long-awaited Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine VR experience is a part of this app, but we hear it'll be launching sometime soon for the HTC Vive.

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