Cinera Cinema VR Headset Big Success on Kickstarter!
Cinera, the revolutionary headset we announced three weeks ago just finished raising money on Kickstarter. The company initially pledged a $50,000 goal, but it’s surpassed that, earning $258,569 from more than 532 backers. It was only going to be funded if it reached its goal by Monday, September 18, so the good news is that it’s definitely going to happen! The stereoscopic 3D headset is offering 2560x1440 pixels for each eye (a 3D 2.5 K display) so you have 3 times the pixel count of a 2K movie theater.
Why Not Try Virtual Reality Photography?
To make a virtual reality (3D VR) photograph, it is necessary to have a robotized system, capable of capturing a large number of photographs that are later stitched manually by means of specific softwares. The Baranano 2.0 pictured here is used for shooting, as explained by Javier Baranano himself on the virtualrealityphotography.org web site. Watch the samples here under!
That New 3D Headset Puts a Movie Theatre on Your Face
Cinera (Newark, DE,USA)'s stereoscopic 3D headset has two 2.5k resolution (2560 x 1440) screens that mimic the effect of a standard 3D cinema screen. The displays are three times as detailed as a cinema and eight times more detailed than the screen on an iPhone 7 Plus. The headset gives a 66-degree wide-angle field of view roughly comparable to having a cinema screen slapped onto your face. And because it's mounted on an movable arm, you don't have to strap it to your head.
Try The New Royole Moon 3D Virtual Mobile Theater on Brookstone
The Moon 3D virtual mobile theater by Royole are available at select Brookstone airport and mall locations and online at Brookstone.com ($799.99).