Virtual reality is the dream of every gamer, it takes your gaming experience to a new “reality” literally. However, it is nothing new neither to science fiction nor to technology. What is new is the fact that you can now take advantage of a VR environment from almost everywhere as long as you have the necessary equipment.
In the past, virtual reality apparatus was neither something everyone could afford nor something that everybody had the ability to enjoy in the comfort of their own home. If you remember the 1990s you probably have the apparatus in your head as head-mounted displays and power gloves in magazines or in films, back then everything looked futuristic, high tech and very bulky.
Examples of these 1990s VR systems are; Virtuality Groups set of VR systems that included a stand-up arena type system and a vehicle cockpit type. Both used headsets with built in screens to put gamers right into the position of the characters they played in the games.
These cost tens of thousands of dollars far too expensive for consumers. Then Virtual I/O created a headset capable of stereoscopic 3D with color and head tracking the visuals turned when players turned their heads this was priced at below $1000 but never became widely popular. Nintendo didnt stay out of the game but created Virtual Boy in the mid 90s. These systems eventually led up to mobile VR applications of today.
As of late mobile reality has become a reality. Smartphones now have compatible headsets with Full HD resolution even iPhone 6 Plus, you neednt have a certain type of phone. You simply connect your virtual reality iphone or other mobile phone with mobile VR applications to the headset by using a micro USB dongle or Bluetooth 4.0 for the smartphones without USB latency
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You simply connect your virtual reality iphone or other mobile phone with mobile VR applications to the headset by using a micro USB dongle or Bluetooth 4.0 for the smartphones without USB latency