Tag: VR

The highlight of Google’s Daydream VR headset is the controller

Posted on November 11, 2016  in New Gadget

Google’s Daydream View is a sit-down experience in which you use the controller to move yourself around. (Source: Reuters)
By Anick Jesdanun/Associated Press
The best thing about Google’s new virtual-reality headset isn’t the headset at all. In fact, Daydream View would pale compared with Samsung’s Gear VR headset were it not for Daydream’s controller, a handheld device that responds to gestures and other motion.  With Gear VR, I have to move my head to point a cursor at something, then reach for a button on the headset. With Daydream, I can just aim and click the controller in my hand. Sensors in the device tell the headset what I’m trying to do, whether it’s swinging a tennis racket or casting a fishing rod. The headset’s display responds accordingly.

The headset and controller are sold together for $79, starting Thursday. No…

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Bingo G-200 VR Glass with 5000 mAh battery launched in India

Posted on November 10, 2016  in New Gadget

Bingo G-200 VR Glass is powered by an ARM Cortex A7 CPU that is paired with 1GB RAM and 8 GB ROM
Bingo has announced the launch of its new VR Glasses – Bingo G-200. Bingo G-200 VR Glass is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled, and has a built in screen. The glasses run on Nibiru operating system featuring Android 5.1 Lollipop. The concave-convex lenses of the VR glasses allows users a 100 degree view in 1280 x 720 pixels HD resolution.

Bingo says that there is very low light leakage with the VR glasses, and makes for a comfortable experience during extended viewing sessions. Bingo G-200 VR Glass weighs at 459 gms and comes with an adjustable head strap. Bingo claims that the VR glasses are for ‘movie buffs’ and ‘gamers’ who cab control and play games in 3D by moving, tilting their heads.
Bingo G-200 comes with leather and foam cushioning, for comfort…

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Bingo G-200 VR glasses with 110 degree view field announced

Posted on November 10, 2016  in New Gadget

Bingo G-200 comes with a big 5,000 mAh battery, which is claimed to offer a playing time of 6 hours.
Bingo has announced the launch of its new VR glasses – Bingo G-200. The VR Glass supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and features buil-in screen. Bingo G-200 runs Nibiru OS with Android 5.1 Lollipop. The VR glasses are fitted with concave-convex lenses that lets users view content in 110 degree view field. It supports HD (1280×720 pixel) resolutions. The device weighs 459 grams and comes with adjustable head strap for comfortable viewing sessions. Users can control games they’re playing by moving their head. Bingo G-200 has leather and foam cushioning. The Nibiru operating system allows users to download numerous apps, VR games and 3D videos from the Nibiru Store. The VR glasses feature one key zoom as well as control keys.
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