i am sure you folks remember the cardboard-based VR headset introduced by Google. if you were like me who can’t get down to source for the materials or lack of the technical hands to craft one, or both, then you might want to check out the Virtual Reality Cardboard Toolkit by DODOcase. you may wonder, […]
want to take your mobile entertainment or gaming to the next level? well, then we suppose virtual reality headsets, or VR headsets as they are commonly called, are the next ‘logical progression’. joining the world of virtually reality and expanding its Gear wearable tech lineup, Samsung has pull the veil off the much anticipated VR […]
if you own a LG G3 and dig the idea of VR headset, Vortex VR has the perfect accessory for you: the Vortex VR VRTX I VR Headset, designed exclusively for use with LG G3 Quad HD smartphone. Vortex VR joins hands wit 3D Systems, LG Electronics MobileComm USA, and VR pioneers GameFace Labs, to […]
thanks to the acquisition of Oculus Rift by Facebook, the interest in virtual reality has somewhat been rekindled, well, kind of. of course, Oculus Rift is by no means the only VR headsets being pitched around; there are actually a handful of them, but the problem is, they are either not ready for consumers or […]
if you ask me, first person games are considered very immersive. at least, we know we often get lost inside the game and couldn’t care less about what’s the happening around us. however, to President of SCE Worldwide Studios, Shu Yoshida, FPS is good but could be made better if virtually reality is in the mix, and hence…
Wetley may have raced ahead and presented its third party solution for prescription Google Glass but the Mountain View folks also has its own set of solution in response to the style and prescription needs. meet the Google Glass Titanium Eyewear.
the Avegant Glyph Head Mounted Display you see here is what it says it is, a head mounted display, though it does look a wee like a pair of headphones. well, you can’t blame it for looking so much like a pair of audio cans, after all, this head mounted display also touts “premium audio experience”
this pair of wearable display coming from HUD maker Lumus, who are better known for their military-grade products, is one of the sleeker high-tech eyewear we have seen to date and one that you can probably wear without inviting stares, well, except maybe for the chunky component at the side which houses a 5MP camera
headphones provide us with audio privacy, but visually, if you are watching a movie on your tablet, you can never get that privacy that you desire. instead of slapping on a privacy screen protector on your mobile device, the Sony HMZ-T3W Personal 3D Viewer provides a private and immersive multimedia experience.
step aside Minority Report – before gesture really gets into the hands of millions (save for Samsung gesture-capable HDTV), we are already seeing the possibility of a la-Tony Stark augmented reality system that any average joe can acquire and that system is none other than the META SpaceGlasses, a pair of advanced