Sony Unveils Project Morpheus VR 3D Helmet
After many months of rumors and speculation, Sony has formally announced its stereoscopic 3D virtual reality prototype for PlayStation 4, dubbed Project Morpheus. The new VR helmet offers 3D Sound and Full HD 3D 1080p video but it will not be available before 2015.
The prototype was unveiled on Tuesday at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, USA. It was connected to a PlayStation 4 console (6 Millions of those sold since November).
Watch the video presentation of Project Morpheus on IGN News here under.
View-Vaster Turns your Smartphone into Stereoscope
View-Vaster is a device conceived and sold by Cyclopital3D (Fort Collins, CO, USA).
Everyone remembers the View-Master stereoscope. Cyclopital3D is introducing the next step in the evolution of stereoscopic viewers, the HD3D View-Vaster.
The imagery seen through the new HD3DView-Vaster is more than 3 times wider than the old View-Master with the HD display providing a brilliantly bright and exciting viewing experience! When you look inside the HD3D View-Vaster, you will see imagery comparable to looking at a 65" HD TV screen from just 6 feet away. The view is VAST!
Altergaze Transforms Your iPhone into a Oculus Rift ( Sort Of )
Altergaze is set on making virtual reality go mainstream just by adding a couple of lenses in front of your iPhone.
The Altergaze is a new stereoscopic virtual reality interface that uses your smartphone power to deliver a high quality cost-effective mobile VR experience. It can be used either as a handheld or headset device and is beoming a reality thanks to a Kickstarter campaign.
Video demo here under!
X-Plane Flight Sim Will Be Oculus Rift Compatible
Laminar Research, creators of the X-Plane flight simulator, will support the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset.
The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality immersive stereosocpic helmet made by Oculus VR. The company has sold some development kits and the customer version is expected sometimes in 2014.
The Oculus Rift version of X-Plane will work in 3D on Mac, Windows, and Linux without any additional drivers.