About | Vivecraft

Vivecraft is a mod that turns Minecraft into a full-featured VR room-scale experience.


Vivecraft requires the original PC Java version of Minecraft.

Vivecraft currently supports versions, 1.11, and 1.11.2 of Minecraft.

Vivecraft works in single or multiplayer.

All versions of Vivecraft include Optifine for performance and support shaders.

The Forge modding platform is supported in the 1.7.10 version of Vivecraft.

Server plugins are available for Spigot and Forge to enhance your VR multiplayer experience.

Are you a streamer? Vivecraft supports Mixed Reality!. An un-distorted desktop mirror option is also available.

The Vivecraft NonVR Companion mod allows your non-vr friends to see your head and hand movements in multiplayer

Optimized for standing play with motion controllers, also supports seated play with mouse & keyboard.

VR Features

  • Full roomscale support: Walk around your room as you mine and build. Blocks in Minecraft are 1 meter in size. You’ll be amazed how big they really are!
  • World scaling: Scale your size in the world up or down. Play as an ant or a giant!
  • Break blocks and fight by swinging your hands!
  • Shoot your bow by drawing and aiming two-handed!
  • Climb, swim, run, jump, sneak, eat, and row by actually doing the motion!
  • Feed animals, mount horses, and fill buckets just by touching!
  • Play with your friends and see each other’s VR movements. (even for 2d players!)
  • Multiple VR locomotion options for your preferred playstyle:
    • Arc teleportation (with optional limitations for a balanced survival experience).
    • Free-movement in the direction you are pointing the controller or your head.
    • Walkabout-style of rotation to use 100% room-scale movement.
    • Seated play with WASD in your look direction


Vivecraft started out as Minecrift by mabrowning and StellaArtois. Originally a seated VR mod for the Oculus Rift development kits, it was later ported to OpenVR by Automat-GH, who added the original implementations of teleporting and hand swinging under the name Minecrift-Vive. Currently it is being updated by jrbudda and Techjar who have added many features and improved compatibility with the Minecraft community. The project is now Vivecraft to help differentiate from the previous versions.