The online video platform Brighthouse has started streaming videos of rowing competitions and virtual rowling sessions on YouTube.
The new streaming feature, called Virtual University, lets viewers create videos from the competitions and video content to compete in.
The Brighthouse team is working with the virtual university to make the videos more interactive.
The team says it is working on a mobile app for Brighthouse and will have videos up by next week.
Virtual university video creator Matt Henson said he thinks the videos will be “totally worth watching.”
“It’s going to be really cool to watch and really fun to watch,” Henson told NBC News.
“There’s a lot of things I’ve always wanted to do on a rowing machine, and this is a big step towards that.”
The company is currently working on an app for the Oculus Rift that would let people create their own virtual rowings.
The company also has plans to release a mobile version of the app that would be able to be used on smartphones and tablets.