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IBlue Gafas VR 3D de Cartón de Bricolaje DIY con Smartphone Teatro Privado 3D con Sensor Magnético para Pantalla de 3,5 - 5,5 pulgadas
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IBlue Gafas VR 3D de Cartón de Bricolaje DIY con Smartphone Teatro Privado 3D con Sensor Magnético para Pantalla de 3,5 - 5,5 pulgadas

- Caqui Oscuro

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Principales características:
Un simple y barato gafas de realidad virtual de bricolaje
Hecho de papel corrugado de alta resistencia
El proceso de instalación es simple y se puede completar en 3 minutos
Puede controlar su teléfono con los imanes
Adecuado para teléfono celular con pantalla de 3.5-5.5 pulgadas
Nota: El teléfono en la imagen no está incluido

IBlue Gafas VR 3D de Cartón de Bricolaje DIY con Smartphone Teatro Privado 3D con Sensor Magnético para Pantalla de 3,5 - 5,5 pulgadas- Caqui Oscuro



Marca: iBlue
Tipo VR Gafas: Cartulina
Características: Ligero,Elegante
Material: Cartón
Compatibilidad Smartphone: 3.5 a 5.5 pulgadas
Dispositivos compatibles: Dispositivos Android,Dispositivos iOS
Color: Caqui

Dimensiones y Peso

Peso de Paquete: 0,0800 kg
Tamaño del producto(largo×ancho×alto): 13,40 x 8,80 x 9,00 cm / 5,28 x 3,46 x 3,54 pulgadas
Tamaño de paquete: 15,00 x 11,50 x 4,00 cm / 5,91 x 4,53 x 1,57 pulgadas

Contenido de Paquete

Contenido del Paquete: 1 x Gafas 3D de Cartón, 2 x Lente, 2 x Velcro, 2 x Imán

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  • Tim
    Sí (0) Color: Dark Khaki
    Cardboard VR
    The Cardboard experience is driven by the apps you'll find on Google Play or Apple's App store. And Adult Swim's Virtual Brainload VR app for Cardboard is a handful of buttery, salty popcorn dumped directly onto your cerebral cortex. It's an overwhelming celebration of color and sound; also little nauseating, but mostly wholly incomprehensible. Mystifying colors are paired with haunting sounds capped with a cynical homage to Americana, before you're dumped unceremoniously back where you've started. And like popcorn (or whatever your preferred snack is), it's over far too soon.

    Low cost
    The low cost of Google Cardboard is one of the major reasons for growth in the virtual reality cardboard market. The cardboard is made from recycled paper, lenses are made out of plastic, and the magnet is made up of neodymium material. These are all easily-accessible materials, which means that the final product isn’t subject to the extreme price fluctuations normally observed in tech.

    Large number of vendors
    The whole point of Google Cardboard is accessibility. There are several local and global vendors in the market producing the device, and consumers can even make their own if buying one isn’t in the cards (although it is generally cheaper to buy one than make it yourself).

    The number of vendors in the market is increasing, with many expected to enter the listed vendors category on Google's website, and many other local vendors taking advantage of the low entry barriers in the market.

    Easy to set up and use
    Google Cardboard is one of the simplest virtual reality headsets to set up and use, with only three basic steps for setup:

    Assemble the Google Cardboard as per instructions provided by the manufacturer or buy an assembled kit
    Download VR applications and scan the QR code to personalize settings
    Place the smartphone in the cardboard to experience VR
    Apps for Google Cardboard are easily available for Android users, and Google has also released an SDK for iPhone users using the Unity platform.
    Lack of content and low resolution apps
    Although consumers are generally happy with Google Cardboard, the product still lacks the content that could make it a daily-use product. The free apps that are currently available offer an immersive experience but are not utility apps.

    However, in Google’s view this might not actually be a problem. Google Cardboard was developed to understand the needs of VR consumers and provide a platform for VR developers to create content. Developers are expected to come up with enterprise applications for teleconferencing, training and simulation, and designing through the forecast period.

    Simulation sickness
    Low-cost? Yes. Accessible? Yes. A perfect solution? Not so much. Simulation sickness—which is the result of a disparity between a perceived experience and what one actually experiences— is a big challenge for the Google Cardboard.

    Vendors are working on developing better optics with advanced head tracking technology that could solve this problem in the next few years, in the hopes that users will be able to use the device for more than 15 minutes at a time.

    Hardware limitations
    Certain smartphones do not function effectively in Google Cardboard due to poor hardware specifications. Low processing power, internal memory, outdated processors, and low-quality displays are some of the issues that users might face.

    VR apps operate in high-quality resolution but many smartphone displays available in the market today are not capable of handling these graphics. Additionally, the magnet that is used in the cardboard design might not work efficiently with all phones since magnetometers in certain phones might be placed away from the cardboard's magnet.

    Annoying as they may be, hardware issues will hardly be a deal breaker for Google Cardboard. Phones will get more powerful, and vendors will start developing technology meant to be used for VR, which will only help the virtual re

    Oct 08,2016

  • pillera
    Sí (0) Color: Dark Khaki
    Good buy
    Fantastico! Google CardBoard, idea geniale da 1,3$ (VARIABILE) per provare la realta aumentata con lo smartphone
    in sostanza, una scatola di cartone + due lenti + il tuo smartphone = REALTA’ VIRTUALE !
    Google CardBoard, sfrutta i sensori del cellulare, il geniale pulsante / calamita (non in tutti i modelli c’è) e due lenti
    ti permette di giocare a giochi (Cerca VR nel google PLAY) o vedere Film con VaR’s VR Video player
    questa google cardboard presa da GearBest è di buona qualità
    l’ assembli, metti l’elastico e le due calamite
    lo smartphone davanti e fissi le lenti
    fissa il cartone e le lenti con la colla altrimenti perché il cartone non è molto stabile
    ci h messo un po’ a capirlo
    ma quando i giochi ti chiedono di cliccare
    basta abbassare la calamita! GENIALE!!!
    ho preso un modello più solido in plastica, e sorpresa … non aveva questa calamita! bisogna usare un gamepad bluetooth
    non sembra ma l’elastico tiene bene
    attento a quando scegli la cardboard perché c’è scritta la dimensione supportata di display dello smartphone
    ecco le calamite e il velcro per chiudere lo sportellino frontale
    lo consiglio a tutti, è una esperienza assolutamente da provare!
    come vedi da 3.5 a 5.5 pollici di display, io ho un Nexus 5 e ci sta bene
    nota l’assoluta semplicità dell’ idea di Google
    su amazon lo stesso identico costa minimo dieci volte di più
    scarica l’app “CARDBOARD” per calibrare il visore
    e poi inizia a provare tutte le app che troverai cercando la parola VR
    ultimo consiglio: provalo con le cuffie !

    Feb 24,2017

  • colin
    Sí (0) Color: Dark Khaki
    If you are looking to see what VR is like on your phone get this.
    I payed less than £1 delivered because of some GB points I had so it's disposable at that price, but I found I have used it quite a lot on loads of different apps. I have an iPhone 6 It's brilliant to just test the concept on your phone. Your not going to get oculus rift standard of image but it's good enough to get you into short games or videos. Your not going to want to wear this for long unless you put some straps on and foam to make it comfortable. I did cut out a section for the power button as I kept turning the phone off but it's made of cardboard so it's really easy to do. brilliant use of cardboard :) as for putting it together there are loads of videos on YouTube that show you how, but it's really simple.

    Feb 21,2016

  • Will
    Sí (0) Color: Dark Khaki
    iBlue DIY Cardboard 3D VR Glasses Smart Phone from
    Arrived in good time from, within 2 weeks. All parts needed were in the package. Perfect setup if you want to get an initial idea of what VR is all about. I'll definately move on now and purchase a more purpose build headset with straps having had the experience. Nice little gadget to show off to people how've never heard of or seen Google Cardboard. Be aware you will need G-Sensor / Gyroscope and NFC in your smartphone for this to work.
    None really. I was fully aware this is makeshift, you can 'mod' it to your liking with a bit of extra velcro or scotch tape but it does its purpose.
    No assembly instructions are supplied but easy to find searching youtube for iblue cardboard.

    Mar 21,2016

  • adel
    Sí (0) Color: Dark Khaki
    Hallo freund,
    Nachdem man auf seinem Smartphone eine Virtual Reality Anwendung / Video (z.B. Google Cardboard App, Youtube VR Videos) gestartet hat, kann man es in die Brille einlegen und diese aufsetzen. Schon befindet man sich in einer anderen Welt.
    Außerdem hat die Brille einen kleinen Hebel, der einen Touch auf dem eingelegten Smartphone ausführt. Manche VR Anwendungen starten beispielsweise bei einem langen Klick ein Menü, in dem man dann mithilfe von Kopfbewegungen navigieren kann um hier zum Beispiel ein Video vorzuspulen oder zu pausieren. So muss man nicht jedes mal das Smartphone aus der Brille nehmen.

    Jul 15,2016

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