The social media giant, which has also invested in Oculus VR, has launched a VR platform called Lex Steel that will compete with Facebook’s AR Kit and other AR apps.
Lex Steel will allow users to experience the virtual reality world without the need to own a home VR headset.
It will be available to users on iOS and Android devices, and will launch in early 2018.
The company, which was founded in 2014, has partnered with Facebook and the company has made a series of VR apps for the platform.
The company has partnered up with ARKit, a virtual environment technology that is being used to create the ARKit-based augmented reality (AR) apps for Facebook and other platforms.
“We are excited to be able to provide users with a platform to create immersive experiences that they can use on multiple platforms,” said Lex Steel founder and CEO Nick Smith.
“Users will have access to the AR world from anywhere in the world.
It’s really exciting to see VR become more accessible to people everywhere.”
Lex Steel is one of the companies that has launched VR apps on Facebook in the past, including its Oculus Touch virtual reality experiences and the AR-based AR experiences.