True Depth 3D® VR Inferno™ Premium Virtual Reality VR Headset with Magnet Trigger for ALL Android or Apple 4-6 Inch Smartphones
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- FULLY ADJUSTABLE LENSES: Adjust the focus in our VR headset to the perfect clarity. The glasses lenses inside can be adjusted by Simply putting the unit on, using the forward and backward, right and left switches on top of unit and dialing in your perfect focus!
- MAGNET TRIGGER CONTROL INCLUDED FOR THE FULL EXPERIENCE! Simply pull down on the magnet to use as a selection or trigger tool for games that require this!
- LEATHER PADDING FOR EXTRA COMFORT! Unlike other VR headsets, our virtual reality offers hours of comfort due to the faux leather padding comfortably resting against the user's face!
- SLIDE OUT PHONE COMPARTMENT: Nothing could be easier than simply sliding the compartment out of the VR unit and inserting the phone when you're ready to play!
- BREAK AWAY COVER FOR USE WITH PHONE CAMERA: The removable cover allows your phone's camera to capture the room around you. This is fantastic for augmented virtual reality games!
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The revolutionary "True Depth 3D VR Inferno" is our top-of-the-line premium VR headset! The VR Inferno includes everything you need for the full Virtual Reality experience! Just add your smartphone (Android or Apple) download free and paid apps and you're ready to get immersed! Check out just some of the features below!
SUPPORTS 4-6 INCH SMARTPHONES
The True Depth 3D VR Inferno supports Android or Apple phones measuring 4-6 inches that feature an accelerometer and a gyroscope (works great with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (please see True Depth 3D for a compatible phone list)
The vast majority of VR compatible games are 100% free in the Google Play or Apple Store! There are plenty of high quality paid games as well starting at as little as 99 cents!
Add our "True Depth 3D BT Motion Game pad and our True Depth 3D BT Audio Surge Headphones for the full 3D experience! (sold separately)
Why mess with wires when you're spinning around and exploring! The True Depth 3D VR Inferno is 100% wireless!
From fully adjustable VR glasses lenses, to a break-away cover for easy access to your phone's camera, to the magnet control (made popular by the Google Cardboard), the VR Inferno has it all! In addition, the adjustable strap, the leather padding will give you extra comfort for extended game play!
Grab the True Depth 3D VR Inferno Virtual reality headset today and travel the world, soar through the sky, swim with dolphins, whales, sharks, enjoy your own private 3D theater, explore unknown worlds, find treasure, hunt zombies and robots- all without leaving the comfort of your home!
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What I decided I was looking for:
A device that would accommodate an iPhone 5, and possibly iPhone 6 plus
Adjustable viewing lenses, for focus, as well as eye width apart
Compatability with iPhone apps
An action button(nearly every review I've read stresses the need for a button to use with most android and Apple apps)
Upon receiving the True Depth 3D VR, I was very satisfied with the shipping time and the packaging was suitable. Didn't see any instructions inside, but in my opinion, it was pretty self explanatory.
The face cushion pad and head straps(adjustable) are comfortable and seem well made. Saw a review of someone complaining about a flat piece on the back of the headstrap. I'm assuming it's there to accommodate comfort of different skull shapes and sizes? Maybe to help maintain its security on your head? Either way, I don't see the issue with it and it in no way takes away from its capability or use. Overall, more comfortable than I would have thought. As far as weight goes, it doesn't feel too heavy, but of course it all depends on how big or heavy your phone is.
An iPhone 5 fits quite well in this devise. I was even able to fit my 6 plus, without its case, of course. Even then it's a pretty snug fit, but it holds well. The headset comes with a few foam stickers to install for a secure fit for your particular phone. You would place the stickers to hold your phone safely in whichever places you can to avoid hitting your volume, power buttons, etc. There are slots on the side for accommodating your headphone and possibly phone charging cords.
I also read a few reviews on other items from people who complained about external light entering the headset. This devise has no issues with that as far as I can tell. As far as the viewing capacity, I have no contributing review because I have nothing else to compare it to.
I was able to download several apps from the Apple Store. Most are Google cardboard, but there are actually several others that are just as fun and work quite well. I do now see the need for the button, which isn't really a button at all. Looks more like a thick metal washer on the side of the headset that you slide up or down. Doesn't always work on the first try, but I'm assuming that might have something to do with the fact that it was designed with an android device in mind. It did take me several minutes to figure out that to get out of a particular vr app or game without having to open the front and actually touch the phone screen, you tilt your head with headset on to the right (like moving your right ear to your right shoulder) and it will pull up a menu that you can navigate with head movement and the "button".
The reason I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it would be really nice to have the option of removing the center divider between the eye lenses in the viewing scope and just have the option of watching Netflix or your own movies. I understand it's there because the apps are designed for 3D viewing and that requires the picture to be split and doubled, but seems like such a waste of a headset to not have that option.
Overall, I am quite pleased with this purchase and it's been a huge hit amongst my kiddos. Some of these headsets are pretty cheap and some are just way too much money for what they actually are. I would say that this is the best for the price considering its function, compatiability, and comfort. I imagine that it's only the beginning for virtual reality, so I'll hold out on the bigger purchases for the real deal in the future.
First off, it isn't a cake walk to keep the thing on your head. It wants to keep coming off. Having said that, if you adjust it perfectly and don't move your head TOO much then it won't fall off.
I like how it has the cushion face pad, the removable augmented reality piece, the head strap, AND the google cardboard magnetic button - it was hard to find an affordable headset with all of these options.
That being said, I gave this product a 5, but it is not a stand alone product. The intended function of this product is dependent on hardware and software that the company that manufactures it has nothing to do with, so I don't want it to reflect badly on this company that I'm probably going to put this thing neatly back in it's box, and put it in the back of my closet for the next six months. I don't regret getting this thing, even at this price, but the apps needed to make it useful are just not ready yet. I'll go to the google play store and rip them a new one for that, but I can't figure out how the magnet works, it doesn't work at all as far as I can tell. That may or may not be this company's fault, (my money is on probably not).
That, however does bring up a really good thing I like about this product, the tray that holds your phone easily slides in and out without having to disassemble anything, because you have to take the phone out all the time to select or change menus because (again probably not this company's fault either) even with the Bluetooth Gamepad I bought (from the same company that makes this by the way), you can't operate any of the VR Apps.
That's no reflection on the gamepad, it's a heck of a remote control for the phone. You can operate the camera, answer the phone, open and close apps, select and operate things remotely, even write an email with the gamepad, it's not the problem.
I don't want to tell anyone not to get this, because I don't regret buying it, I'm not going to return it, and I don't want my money back, but just know we are in the very early stages of this technology. I first heard about the Oculus Rift around Christmas of 2012 and it's still not out yet. It's the holidays, so I'll play with this thing for a little while and see if there are any good apps, but it could be a while before there is anything good for this.