Apple device owners that would like to get involved with viewing more virtual content, might be interested in the new virtual reality headset called AirVR which has been created by Metatecture and harnesses the power of your Apple iPad Mini or iPhone 6 Plus smartphone.
The AirVR virtual reality headset allows users to insert the Apple iPad Mini tablet on new iPhone 6+ in front of their eyes. Which admittedly looks very strange at first glance and provides a larger VR headset than most currently on the market. Check out the video after the jump to learn more about this unique AirVR experience for iOS users.
The AirVR virtual reality headset is available to back overall the Kickstarter crowd funding website for just $49 and you can expect delivery of your device sometime before the end of the year and can be used with the PhotoVR companion app.
The AirVR project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $20,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. Its creators explode a little more :
“The AirVR is a new kind of virtual reality headset that leverages iOS Retina hardware already in millions of peoples’ hands. Virtual Reality is finally within our reach. But cost, availability, and a lack of content have kept it from becoming a part of everyday life, until now.
Introducing the AirVR and AirVR+, the first wireless VR headsets for iPad Mini, iPad Mini with Retina and iPhone 6+. AirVR is the most affordable way to experience the world of Virtual Reality for yourself. With your iPad Mini or iPhone 6+ and AirVR, you have everything needed to experience immersive VR anywhere.”
So if you think AirVR virtual reality headset is something you would like to use, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help AirVR become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Apple iPad, Concepts & Design, Top News