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The technology of virtual reality and augmented reality glasses continue to advance both in performance and in the possibilities they can deliver, especially in models that provide mobility and therefore entertainment anywhere.
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Advances that are exemplified in the recently presented Viture One, which allow players to use a 120-inch screen to play games or watch streaming videos.
It is an OLED virtual screen with a resolution of 1080p at 60 fps and that also allows you to watch 3D movies, which is floating at a line of sight of about three meters away, also adapting to the lighting of the place where you are. who uses them.
The Viture One has integrated Android TV, as well as various video game and streaming services such as GeForce Now, Stadia, Xbox Cloud, YouTube or Twitch, allowing connection via WiFi to play remotely on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch or PC.
They are also accompanied by a semi-flexible band to hang around the neck, which has its own CPU and GPU, in addition to the controls and the battery.
The project to create these glasses has raised $2.5 million on Kickstarter, despite initially targeting just $20,000. Pricing for the Viture One ranges from $429 for the glasses or $479 when pre-sale runs out, to $529 with the neckband, which will cost $579 when the initial sale ends.
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