Google sells a very cheap way to turn your phone into a competent VR headset,There was a minor problem from the beginning.
- The Compete with rivals And
- Like rivals, a simple sensor with 3 degrees of freedom can not touch or touch things inside the VR like a more expensive PC-based headset. You are limited to a single virtual pointer, stick, sword, pistol and so on. You turn.
But on the blog, as Google tells us, Google suggests that these problems can be solved. I'm trying to test three important new features that can dramatically expand what day day dreams can do. It is a mode that you can see the real world without turning off Android application, big boy motion controller, and headphones.
The controller has 6 DoF (Six Degrees of Freedom) tracking like Oculus and Vive controllers. This means that Daydream games and applications will help you to reach and grasp for the first time in 3 dimensions. Their appearance is as follows:
And Google says that the new transparent mode is fast enough, providing enough depth perception and you can play table tennis! (I can prove that the transparent mode of Gear VR is not that good).
Unfortunately for current developers, especially developers for developers with Lenovo's Mirage Solo, why do developers need to pay more attention to their functions? Did not the masses of opportunity?
An overview of Android application of Daydream is shown below. This is available for all headsets:
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