My Mom and Dad always told me not to watch near on the television so I don't need to wear eyeglasses and now technology is telling me to put my eyes near on gadget to play games or to watch movies. Sad! =(
XenoZodiac, 09 Mar 2016Nope, the data is too big to be streamed. I think they had already done it :? it would be like streaming a game to tv or something they have already done it! but just a few more inputs, well yeah, they should really do something about those wireless speeds! imagine if you could use your Home PC to power your phone laptop and every other device :) you could play games like fallout 4 on your chormebook :D
Dot-WiFi, 09 Mar 2016u must big fan of Friends , right ?Boom! Dead on. Guilty as charged =P
Gibbs-kamhagh, 08 Mar 2016stupid :S Can't you just stream btw ;?Nope, the data is too big to be streamed.
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2016GSM uses the term differently than you. GSM using imitation means making replica of the say a ... moreThat may be. Look...I hope the budget VR headsets do well, because as a customers, it's our gain. Just too bad a lot of those cheap copies are being made without an effort, just to use a hype wave and get a quick cash.
Nishru, 08 Mar 2016Same question you can ask to GSMA. What's an imitation of smartwatch? I think what we all mean... moreGSM uses the term differently than you. GSM using imitation means making replica of the say a galaxy smart watch or a Apple watch.
This is a genuine original idea Aiwear came up with. This an Android VR headset. Smart idea. It just needs screen mirroring and you have a wireless screen on your face. Hopefully it has wifi.
This will actually be the concept to go for mobile VR in the future. But definitely NOT with a 5.5 inch 1080p LCD screen and cheap processors with a gig of ram and KitKat! This thing on VR will be the same terrible experience than if Apple made VR with their current iPhone 6s+. It will look blurry, jerky, nauseating and just terrible. The best mobile VR experience today is beyond a shadow of a doubt, the Samsung Gear VR headset paired with one of the Galaxy flagships.
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2016Sigh... I thought I've heard it all... What is an imitation VR headset? What exactly is this c... moreSame question you can ask to GSMA. What's an imitation of smartwatch? I think what we all meant was a copy cat companies. Those kind of companies, making a cheap copies of whatever the hype is for. I'm not saying it's a crime, but some close minded people will take only this products and pass the judgement about overall product experience, which then ends up being a "moo point".
Nishru, 08 Mar 2016Well...if this is the company, that mostly makes "imitations of smartwatches" as you've said, ... moreSigh... I thought I've heard it all... What is an imitation VR headset? What exactly is this company imitating that other VR headset makers aren't? LOL
West, 08 Mar 2016Really? The real one will make a difference in how puky VR will be? Sigh. Fankids.Hah! Butt hurts. Have you tried Oculus? Or Vive? I've tried both. And also tried the cheap one. Where do I even start pointing out the differences? Build quality? Image quality? Support? Additional accessories? The list goes on. If you want to play Candy Crush or Angry Birds on your headset, then cheap one is the way to go. It's just a 1st generation of VR and it shows a huge promise. For instance watching a 3D movie and being right inside of the action with 360 degree image all around you. Get your head out of your crack, boy.
Nishru, 08 Mar 2016Well...if this is the company, that mostly makes "imitations of smartwatches" as you've said, ... moreReally? The real one will make a difference in how puky VR will be?
Well...if this is the company, that mostly makes "imitations of smartwatches" as you've said, then perhaps this is an imitation of VR headset. I could check it out, but I bet using it for longer will mess up your eyes. Cheap knock offs won't do any good to the VR development. Some people will just try it, and say "Meh. I don't see what it this VR crap all about." Just try the real thing, before you make that statement.
If VR will ever be more than an ultra-thin niche product it can only become so via budget headsets that don't cost $600-800 or more. How those might be supported in games (proper PC games, not "VR angry birds") or how well they can eliminate lag remains to be seen - but Oculus-sized expensive monsters will never be mainstream.