Durovis Dive – 3D virtual reality gaming device for smartphones

Durovis Dive is a 3D virtual reality gaming device for smartphones. It features low-latency head tracking to provide unmatched immersion in the mobile domain. Stay tuned for more details when Dive will be released

 3D virtual reality gaming

3D virtual reality gaming

3D virtual reality gaming

All you need for immersive 3D mobile gaming is your smartphone and our Dive. We built a low-latency headtracker and we are producing the goggles with adjustable lenses for every user.

Stay tuned for more details when Dive will be released!

For games see www.divegames.com

Subscribe at www.durovis.com to get the Dive as soon as we’re shipping it.

Impressum : www.shoogee.com/impressum.html

Using your smartphone with gyroscope and accelerometer, you can dive into the upcoming games with the Dive goggles.

“3D Virtual Reality Gaming on a Smartphone

Leveraging his robotic soccer experience as well as new-found 3D printing experience, Stefan Welker created OpenDive to enable 3D Virtual Reality Gaming on a smartphone. It features low-latency head tracking he developed to provide unmatched immersion in the mobile domain.

Going one step further, Stefan and Durovis created Dive, the mass-production version based on the ideas of OpenDive, enabling VR for everyone. Stay tuned for more details when Dive will be released!

All that is necessary to enjoy 3D Virtual Reality Gaming is a recent Android smartphone featuring a gyroscope and accelerometer as well as the Dive or OpenDive frame holder. To report or check on phone compatibility, please see the Dive compatibility thread.”

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Author: Kiran Voleti

An Internet savvy and a founder of Augmented Reality Blog - RealaReal. I would love to share Augmented Reality resources with our readers.I am a founder Internet Marketing Company - Toputop, & a Creative Agency - Dotndot.For more details about me visit my personal website & Kiranvoleti.com.

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