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|Movement is generally upwards.little by little does it.|
|And down again.|
|Indeed would be quite timely, surprised it has held this level since pre October given the normal patience of an AIM investor, but happy all the same !|
|Nice movement am. Now lets have some news.|
|BandflexIt's simple. Chill. Let's chat again in a month.|
|Moving quickly. Lets buy more for Xmas.|
|Band flexible should take heart that the share price continues to hover just below highest ever...and not falling back towards 1p|
|Bandflex. .. do you think you will sell up and move on, or are you going to continue to hold in hope? I hope you don't mind me asking. I just wanted to understand the rationale....|
|Dailylarma I get it, ignore the facts, ignore reality, don't ask awkward questions, don't expect the bod to be honest, stick my head in the ground and when the share price collapses on news of no app. I can light up the joss sticks smoke a fat one and tell myself its only money, my money not the bods they've stuffed their pockets already.
Lets be honest here you know the story isn't adding up anymore. The app. should at the very least have a launch date by now.
An honest bod would make themselves contactable and respond to questions.|
|Bandflex, you sound impatient and frustrated.The battle is between your ears and should not be with evrh bod. Trust your gut and see multiples of this share price in coming months.|
|It doesnt sound like the worst job in the world I agree :)|
|But if they have the content then they don't need a tie up with anybody. They have raised enough money to launch. If they had launched this year they may well have had a small customer base but it would have proved the concept, and the media attention would no doubt have brought them to the attention of all new headset owners and increased the customer base going into next year.
I have serious concerns now that they either have no working app. or the content library is no where near as big as they have been making out, I just can't think of any other reason for not launching.
The longer they delay the older and less desirable the content becomes and the greater the chance that another company will emerge to fill the gap.
That MelodyVR won't respond to emails and EVRH don't even have a contact email doesn't help my lack of optimism.
Meanwhile according to there twitter account they have had "a marvellous weekend" at another concert. It's always fun when its someone else's money.|
|Bandflex, calm down dear.|
|I think we are still waiting for a truly compelling headset to become available before vr truly becomes mass market and evrh content then may have some value...in meantime just waiting and creating content ready for when that day arrives..hopefully with a meaningful tie up with a major player in the space|
One of our us looking at a long|
|Must buy more|
|I've just registered my email on the melodyvr website for early access and it said I will hear "very soon" am I overthinking here lol|
|Investor relations= zilch.|
|Aldi are selling some smart looking headsets for just £16.99, in the shops from the 24th they have already sold out online.
It may well be that VR will be the "must have" this Christmas.
MelodyVr need to stop partying and focus on launching the app.
Needless to say they did not respond to my email. Perhaps it's a question they would prefer nobody ask.
Nice to see some positive movement in the share price.|
|Google earth now available in VR...from@sportschris a couple of hours ago|
|I think we have to be patient with this one.|
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|6 Virtual Reality Content Companies to Watch
NOVEMBER 7, 2016
We previously talked about 6 hot virtual reality (VR) startups, and what became apparent is that VR is going nowhere fast without virtual reality content. With Microsoft the latest company to invest its billions in virtual reality with its $300 headsets launching from HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Ace launch in spring 2017, next year is shaping up to be big for VR. Microsoft, which already provides an Xbox One controller and Windows 10 support for Oculus Rift, officially joins the ranks of Sony, Facebook, HTC, Samsung and Google. The biggest need for emerging virtual reality headsets across high-end PCs, console and mobile devices is quality content. While video games remain a key focus to lure consumers into VR, 360-degree video and computer animated VR content are on the rise. The following is a rundown of some of the leading companies creating non-gaming virtual reality content.
Virtual reality content creator EVR Holdings subsidiary MelodyVR Ltd. hopes to be the iTunes of VR heardsets. The company has raised over $4.5 million to launch its MelodyVR platform across Samsung’s Gear VR, Facebook’s Oculus Rift, Android and iOS apps. The company had a soft launch of its service through Telefonica Germany this summer. The startup, which was founded in 2015, has used 18 months of development to secure over 300 artists and film a wide range of concerts in 360-degrees. The app will offer a wide selection of VR experiences across music genres like classical (the London Symphony Orchestra), rock (Fall Out Boy) and electronic (Annie Mac). Moving forward, MelodyVR will use its custom camera technology to open sold out concerts and music festivals to fans around the globe. Fans will be able to listen to concerts in 360-degree audio.|
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