Virtual Reality shortly known as VR is a term used to indicate a computer generated or artificially created experience. Virtual Reality mimics one’s presence in a created environment totally different from that he existed. These are achieved with the help of created taste, smell, sound, touch and even sight. In other words Virtual Reality is something that totally deceives one’s sense organs.
You might be wondering what the role of Google Cardboard in VR is. Well Google Cardboard is a program or software intended to bring in simple and economic VR experience to the people. Google Cardboard is a VR viewer that works with the help of your smartphone. It is made of two lenses designed for each of your eyes that help you to see each of the half of the screen. Apps show the images side by side, your brain does the rest. Brain combines these images into a 3D image and shows you. Google Cardboard V1.2 contains a magnetic switch that permits the user to include their interactive part.
How Dash VR different from Google Cardboard
Dash VR is a VR headset that works similar to that of Google Cardboard. It uses a similar technology but looks different. Apart from using a cardboard, Dash VR is designed to have phone slot with anti-slip flap, where you can keep your handset while you are experiencing Virtual Reality. It is designed in such a way that it is made strong with nylon composite construction that comprises of click-lock nylon rivets which will keep the Virtual Reality experience more than that of Cardboard headsets. Dash VR also includes nickel plated magnetic switch that would allow user to have interactive input. Dash VR also comes fully designed perfectly without any glue or tape or Velcro to hinder your VR experience.
Compatibility of Dash VR with Handsets
All the handsets that supports Gyroscope sensor can offer VR experience for the users with the help of Dash VR. It is so because Gyroscope sensor provides for 3600 spherical experience and most VR apps rely on Gyroscope sensors. iPhones from iPhone 4 and almost all flagship Android handsets supports Gyroscope sensors. You can check out the sensors that are supported on your smartphone.
Implications of VR
There are many apps available with App Store and Google Play that supports Virtual Reality. VR experiences are just a start, where environments allow you to being in a virtual world without any further interactions. Google’s Cardboard program exhibit VR principles to its fullest. Now have a VR ride using apps like Fibrum Roller Coaster VR or spin in Volvo Reality or rather try a shooting game like InMind VR and so on. You can even go for 3600 virtual concert by Paul McCartney or view 3D movies with players like Vrse or Cmoar VR Cinema. Likewise you can explore the endless experience with Virtual Reality which will definitely make you pleasant.