Daydream View is the Google’s virtual reality headset.
SAN FRANCISCO- Google’s virtual reality headset, the Daydream View, will be accessible in five nations from November 10, 2016 and priced about US$79 (RM330) in the United States of America.
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The device is a special gateway to Google’s Daydream VR boards and all of its content.
Disclosed at Google’s newest main conference held on October 4, 2016, in San Francisco, this innovative virtual reality headset assures to plunge users into a complete world of virtual reality content through the Daydream platform.
To make use of this content, users will requisite a Daydream View headset as well as a well-suited smartphone.
For the instant, the only compatible smartphones are Google’s new Pixel handsets.
The headset will be accessible from November 10 from the Google Store and vendors in the US (US$79 USA), the UK (£69/RM355), Canada (C$99/RM309), Germany (€69/RM309) and Australia (A$119/RM381).
The complete system promises remarkable content, comprising 3D video from websites like Google Play Movies, YouTube and Hulu, as well as lots of games.
There is even admission to Street View for virtually visiting more than 70 nations.
In a diverse genre, the platform also features newscast apps like The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal.
The Daydream View headset is really an honestly basic piece of kit. Similar Google’s basic Cardboard viewer, it is designed for usage with a smartphone that slots into the device.
The Daydream View is, though, stronger than the cardboard version and has a remote control with track pad, accelerometer and gyroscope.
This sort of 3D headset is a sphere away from more cultured models like the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive, for instance.
Of course, such devices appear to have a cheerful future ahead.
Chinese creator Xiaomi newly launched a very comparable device, the Mi VR Glasses, well-matched with all of the product’s smartphones and containing a remote, vending for just US$38.
Microsoft newly announced the future release of numerous virtual reality headsets from partner creators like HP, Acer and Lenovo; all valued under US$300 and intended for use with Windows computers. — AFP- Relaxnews