Discussion in 'mobiles, tablets and wearable tech' started by editor, Jun 25, 2014.
... actually, you're right.
There are other threads for this sort of thing.
The all-in-one Daydream VR device that doesnt need a phone or computer, and has sensors that enable positional tracking sure does sound interesting. HTC are manufacturing it - expect price to be worlds away from cardboard so I will probably start a new thread for it at some point but launch in quite far away and there arent many details yet so this comment will do for now.
Intresting, but as always with VR it will all be about the content! I really like the idea, but not seen anything yet that makes me want to splash out.
I know what you mean. I only bought into VR at this stage because I'm trying to develop some content for it myself.
Thing is I really like the idea. I remember being very excited as a kid about the first gen stuff, untextured polygons and stuff and only got a go when visiting a big city. It's like we're living in the future.
So I went and purchased
KINGA 3.0 Version VR Headset Virtual Reality Glasses VR: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
tbh not that impressed with all this VR hype. titans of space was meh. most of these vr youtube vids are rubbish looking. and there are far too many roller coaster vr apps and vids to choose from.
The "strap a phone to your face" version is crap compared to the full-fat PC-tethered experience. You won't do this in Cardboard:
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