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Orbulus, the Android 3D Virtual Reality All of Us Needed

Orbulus is a brand new virtual reality (VR) experience software for Android mobile devices. It supports most 3D content viewers, such as Durovis Dive, Altergaze and is also supposed to be compatible with the soon available Gear VR from Samsung.

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The Ultimate Virtual Reality Headset

ImmersiON (USA) announced today its strategic fusion with VRelia (Spain). This partnership fusions ImmersiON’s HMD/HUD technology roadmap with the Professional Head Mounted Display business unit of VRelia to provide the user with an unparalleled experience.

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Google Cardboard Stereoscope

The Google Cardboard is a stereoscopic 3D viewer that is flat-packed with Ikea-style assembly instructions. What you assemble is something like a cardboard Viewmaster. The eye holes have convex plastic lenses that act like magnifying glasses. The top is secured with Velcro that you peel back to insert your smartphone.A rubber band provides enough friction so your phone stays in place and an NFC panel triggers either the Google I/O app or the accompanying Cardboard app. Video demo here under.

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Top-Notch 3D monitor Asus Swift PG278Q Coming in July

The Asus Swift PG278Q  will be available from July 2014 for $799.00. This high-end gaming monitor offers 3D with Nvidia Vision2 and Light Boost compatibility, a WQHD (2560x1440 pixels) resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate. The monitor supports the G-Sync technology for better game interactivity. The very small 6-mm bezel is nice for multiple monitors configurations. The screen is connected through a single DisplayPort connection and includes two USB3  ports.

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Pre-order Your Oculus Rift Version 2 Now

OculusVR announced this March 19, 2014 the Oculus Rift Development Kit 2, the latest development kit for the Oculus Rift stereoscopic virtual reality helmet with a low-persistence OLED display. The kit includes a low-latency positional head tracking USB2 external camera.

The new OLED screen has a double 960 x 1080 pixels resolution, a 75 Hz refresh rate and improved clarity, color, and contrast. Watch the video presentation here under.

 

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