Another VR helmet Samsung and Oculus showed at MWC 2017 MOYO
Samsung and Oculus presented the Gear VR with a wireless controller at MWC 2017. In terms of characteristics, it practically does not differ from the previous version. So what’s new in it?
The viewing angle is also 101 degrees, and works with the company’s latest smartphones, including the yet-to-be-presented Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
The main difference from previous models is a wireless controller. It will make it easier to work with the interface and the virtual world. Its dimensions are quite compact and allow you to use it with one hand.
The controller is equipped with a touchpad and buttons, with their help you can select and capture virtual objects, aim and shoot. Similar mechanics are used in the HTC Vive.
Oculus noted that this controller should support all games and virtual reality applications. In fact, this is an improved version of the built-in touchpad in the previous version of the helmet. The release dates are unknown, but for now you can familiarize yourself with other models on our website https://www.moyo.ua/gadgets/ochki_vr/