Surely the pinnacle of VR applications. Put on the goggles and view the world through a GoPro attached to the drone, while guiding it through the air with your head movements.
Facts #2 #Ghostdrone is the only consumer drone of its kind to offer a VR goggle experience. #funflying #ehang pic.twitter.com/UHYq9ku5Qv— EHANG (@ehang) April 5, 2016
Facts #2 #Ghostdrone is the only consumer drone of its kind to offer a VR goggle experience. #funflying #ehang pic.twitter.com/UHYq9ku5Qv
Play fully immersive games, watch 360° movies, paint using a VR brush. With motion controllers coming, you’ll be able to roam as far as the HDMI cable will let you.
Can’t afford Oculus Rift? Download Google Cardboard to your smartphone and enjoy free VR by building your own headset.
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The original 3D toy gets a VR upgrade, complete with slide reels – which now unlock 360° scenes. Works with Google Cardboard to download games and dive into Street View.
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This is a camera for the pros: Paul McCartney filmed a gig with it, and Disney’s invested millions. It not only captures 3D, 360° footage, but incredible audio, too. jauntvr.com
Running VR smoothly enough to avoid inducing nausea requires serious computing power. Look for kit labelled ‘Oculus-ready’, like Alienware’s X51 gaming rig. alienware.com/landings/oculus
GoPro on a selfie stick? So 2015. With three eyes and three ears, this waterproof pocket camera can film festivals and coral reefs in VR. Upload to Google Street View or stream to the web. eu.360.tv