Anyone looking to get involved with virtual reality but hasn’t got the budget to stretch to purchase the Oculus Rift that will be launching early next year priced at around $500. Or would you prefer to just have a wire free experience whilst enjoying virtual reality environments.
Maybe interested in the AuraVisor which has taken the same route as the Oculus Rift and launched on Kickstarter looking to raise £100,000 to take the virtual reality headset to market.
Created by James Talbot the AuraVisor VR headset is the first of its kind to be equipped with an on-board computer providing wireless virtual reality interactive experiences to its users. Check out the video below to learn more about the inspiration and hardware included in the AuraVisor.
The first virtual reality head mounted computer (HMC) that doesn’t need a computer or smartphone to operate. Its on-board Android based computer allows you to break free from cables and other devices and experience virtual reality, and all it offers, without breaking the budget.
Developing AuraVisor means virtual reality is now available for everyone, aimed at casual & pro gamers, intrepid explorers and experience junkies. The AuraVisor can be used straight from the box and doesn’t require any specialist knowledge. Thanks to the stereoscopic vision you can also view any 2D movies or TV programmes in real 3D. If you want to enhance your content, connect a computer or console (Playstation or Xbox) into the HDMI and enjoy more graphic intensive games.
The AuraVisor is now available to back priced at just £155 for early bird backers. So don’t delay jump over to Kickstarter now and make a pledge to help the AuraVisor become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News