Anyone who’s tried VR headsets that accept smartphones will definitely come across the issue of pixelation and low quality viewing due to the way that other VR goggles split the viewing screen into two halves.
To solve this the new headset has been created by the team at MOGO based in Canada which keeps true one-to-one pixel display viewing available. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the technology included in MOGO and what the unique lenses can offer.
MOGO is now available to bank via Indiegogo with earlybird pledges starting from just $69.
Not another pair of VR goggles. A new optical technology to view ANYTHING on your phone, without ANY dizziness or pixelation. Displays 100% of your smartphone’s pixels- that’s 4 times more than any other pair on the market. Basically, it makes your smartphone a portable 100″ movie theater, and you’re in the center of the 6th row.
In classic VR displays, the screen is split into 2 halves, with a tiny screen for each eye, to recreate the sensations of 3D. In order to fit a 2D movie for each eye, the HMD’s use an app that reduces the size of content 4 times. That’s why it’s always grainy. This leaves less than 25% of the screen pixels for video content. It also tricks your brain into thinking it’s seeing something other than what it is, which makes you dizzy. Which is why most people can’t even watch half a movie on them.
Source: IndiegogoFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News