1.The world’s most portable VR Glasses: Dlodlo V1
Dlodlo V1 is fashionable trendy looking future stand-alone VR glasses with outstanding specifications. Dlodlo V1 weighs around 90 grams which is almost six times less than that of existing VR headsets in the market and only 16 mm in the thickness. It is supported by android based phone by the same company called D1 which runs Dlodlo’s own operating system and allows touch control, making the experience even more amazing! The body of Dlodlo V1 is made up of carbon fibre. Dlodlo V1 uses bionic optical image processing which is based on the human eye imaging principle. 2K+ resolution with a efresh rate of 90Hz and about 800ppi Dlodlo V1 will definitely change the virtual world.
2.Vyu360 4K VR 360 action camera
Vyu 360 is an action camera which is capable of taking 360 degree videos with 4K resolution. 360 degree videos are the base of virtual reality.Vyu 360 sports an 8 megapixel image sensor with a f/2.0 lens. Vyu 360 comes with an internal memory of 8GB and expandable upto 32Gb with MicroSD card and 1800mAh battery with 90min of video recording at 960p and 30fps.It also has a screen of 0.96”. The output video format is True 360×360 and movie H264 and the picture format is JPG.Inside the box you will find a waterproof case (30 meters underwater), a USB Cable, a quickstart guide a helmet mount and a flexible tripod.
3.Gravity Sketch a virtual reality designing tool for everyone
The makers of popular 3D sketch app Gravity Sketch IOS taking a step forward to make 3D designing less difficult and more interesting with the help of virtual reality.Gravity Sketch gives a fully immersive creation experience, in the virtual world you can express your imagination from handheld to architectural scale. You can export and share your models as .obj and soon as .stl files.Gravity Sketch comes equipped with some great tools that allow you to create complicated shapes in seconds. Designing symmetrical creations is made dead simple. Users have full freedom over creations and individual strokes made in the software: scaling, duplication, and manipulation are intuitive and responsive.