Virtual Reality is disrupting the technology market as we speak and new ideas are being created every minute. As a virtual reality startup, we are passionate in seeing this new technology coming to life and we realize gadgets beyond virtual reality eCards are being created every single day. Each month, we will gather the 5 most interesting gadgets on the market and here are the 5 virtual reality gadgets you need to keep an eye on this month:
VR cameras are expensive – but Nico360 has affordability already in its name. Even though it comes with a low price tag, you can still find all important features on this device. The camera also supports instant live streaming to your VR headset and social media and the app will be available for iOS and Android. It comes with dup 16MP sensor and a li-polymer battery. And the best part? It is completely waterproof!
Hot on the market is also the Royole Moon 3D Virtual Mobile Theater. With a 800-inch curved screen, the device features an HD 1080p resolution with over 3000 ppi. Pretty impressive. It has a fast image response and extremely high contrast ratio, giving a 2D and a stereoscopic 3D experience. You can use it to watch YouTube, movies, play games and more – anything that fits on its 32GB of internal storage. Their goals is to deliver a truly immersive, 3D movie watching or gaming experience that could be enjoyed anytime and anywhere.
This seems like a way better deal than the self tying shoes from Back to the Future. These comfortable and sleek wearables are a perfect add on to your virtual reality experience. They’re compatible with Google VR and work in unison with the hand controllers. The shoes are able to give a sense of stepping on different types of ground, including desert, grassland and water. They will be available for sale towards the end of 2017 and we just can’t wait to see them in action!
Lytro Immerge is the world’s first professional Light Field VR Device. For those of you not familiar with the term, this device allows you to combine a camera, server, editing suite and a light field video playback engine – it creates a virtual reality that enables you to freely move in. Their website defines it as “ live action VR through six degrees of freedom” which just sounds incredible. Blending live action with storytelling, this will really be a game changer in the virtual reality world.
5. Nimble Sense
Nimble Sense is one of those gadgets that already made it in the virtual reality world. It’s a feel good story that should motivate all developers currently making their product. After being in production for 2 years, Oculus acquired Nimble Sense in 2014 and the 3D camera that tracks the motion of the user’s hands has been integrated with one of the most well known virtual reality companies on the market. Although this might not be the gadget to keep an eye on, it’s a story that should give you motivation to keep on developing.
What are your favorite virtual reality gadgets? Have you tried sending a virtual reality eCard?