Homido Mini Virtual Reality Glasses for Smartphone Foldable VR Headset Compliant with iPhone & Android Cell Phone Vr Games and 3D Movies
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|Item Weight||0.05 Pounds|
|Field Of View||100 Degrees|
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- Turn any 4-6" iPhone/Android smartphone into a virtual reality headset
- Enjoy immersive 360 videos, VR games, 3D movies and much more!
- Works with over 300 iOS & Android apps, download for free « Homido Center » your mobile VR portal app
- Custom designed VR lenses, 100° FOV, minimal distortion and light reflection
- Light, foldable, fits in the pocket!
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Homido « mini » VR glasses for smartphones allows you to discover virtually reality !
Very easy to use, « mini » makes virtual reality accesible to the greatest number of people.
Clip the glasses on your smartphone and launch a VR app to dive into a virtual world in just a few seconds.
VIRTUAL REALITY IN 4 EASY STEPS
1. DOWNLOAD THE “HOMIDO CENTER” APP
2. INSTALL A VR APP FROM “HOMIDO CENTER”
3. CLIP HOMIDO « mini » ON YOUR SMARTPHONE
4. EXPLORE VR AND 360° CONTENT IN FULL IMMERSION
Download from: Google play / App store Right at the palm of your hand and fitting in your pocket,
Homido « mini » brings Virtual Reality available to everyone
It's THE Smartphone Accessory to always have on the go!
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I think that a big part of preserving the immersiveness is that the optical paths are tight enough so that, with my Nexus 6, if I hold the viewer normally, I can't look past the edges of my cell phone screen, at least if I'm looking through the lenses. However, if I look far enough to the side, I can see along a path from my eye that does not go through the lens, although I can hold my hands in a manner that avoids most of that.
I am thinking about wrapping the eyepiece rim with electrical tape to make a shroud from the lenses toward my eyes to reduce that optical path even more.
I have not tried this device in a social setting yet (since mine just arrived), but I suspect that it is probably less isolating than a regular Google Cardboard viewer, because your friends should be able to get a glimpse from the side to get an idea of what you are viewing.
I recommend this product as a second Google Cardboard reader, one that you can carry around to fulfill your civic duty to introduce everyone who crosses your path to Google Cardboard. I look forward to carrying this in my work bag, the glove compartment of my card, or a pocket.
However, even though I give this product five stars, I also want to recommend that every Google Cardboard fan should also have a more conventional Google Cardboard viewer (that is, with the shroud that covers your eyes and ideally with an over-the-head headband to improve enjoyment of the longer viewing experiences, such as that tour of the planets application). Although the price that this device pays for portability is less than I expected, I am sure I will still prefer to use a conventional Google Cardboard viewer when I am at home.
You can use it for viewing. Just be aware of 2 issues. 1) While the focus is good, the outers edges of the field of view are blurry. 2) You have to hold your phone in place. That ties up a hand and may tire your arm.
That’s why I use it to screen/review. I have a 3D headset that I use for extended viewing.