10 Virtual Reality Products At CES 2017 That Brought Us To Another World


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Vuzix iWear VR

In addition to the M3000, Vuzix showed off its other virtual reality headset – iWear - which can run without a PC or smartphone – at its CES booth.

This headset, which is powered by a customized version of Android, is $499 and has dual 720-pixel eye pieces.

Consumers using the iWear headphones can have a home theater experience, as the headset supports HDMI inputs compatible with the latest 2-D and 3-D modes. The headphones also include an integrated tracker that tracks head orientation and movement so that when the user's head moves, the image of the virtual world matches that motion in real time.




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