VRKiX Virtual Reality 3D Glasses, VR Headset for 360 Degree Viewing in Smartphone, Compatible with Google Cardboard app, Black

September 19, 2017 - Comment

Immerse yourself in a virtual world using your own smartphone. VR KiX Head Mounted Device (HMD) gives immersed Virtual Reality using your smartphone. By utilizing the already integrated technology, you can download content that can transform you into another world, watch movies, play games, fly over New York in a helicopter, swim with the sharks

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(as of December 14, 2017 11:01 pm GMT - Details)

Immerse yourself in a virtual world using your own smartphone. VR KiX Head Mounted Device (HMD) gives immersed Virtual Reality using your smartphone. By utilizing the already integrated technology, you can download content that can transform you into another world, watch movies, play games, fly over New York in a helicopter, swim with the sharks and so much more. With full 360 degree head movements and 3D split-screen it takes you into another dimension. Designed to work with smartphones with screen sizes from 3 inches to 6 inches.

Product Features

  • Thick soft face cushion ensures hours of comfort and is easy to clean after use.
  • Dual lens adjustments give you full control to position the lenses to optimize your viewing experience for your eyes
  • Spring tension phone tray adjusts to fit most smartphones
  • A removable magnetic front panel enables you to access you camera for Augmented reality apps and also acts as a cooling vent for your phone
  • Wide elastic straps with a soft back panel and side adjustments keep VR KiX positioned correctly for maximum comfort during long periods of use.

Comments

GeneK says:

Good way to check on the emerging VR environment I picked this up on a whim because I’ve been reading all the articles about VR and Google Cardboard, and this one seemed to have the features I wanted like inter-pupil distance adjustment and focus. It turned out to be a solid piece that seems much more durable and comfortable than any of the ones actually made of cardboard could be. However, one big problem is the lack of the button that’s part of the Cardboard reference design. That means I’ll have to add a Bluetooth controller to use some…

Nicholas Bell says:

Fun taste at VR

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