Next up in computing is Pinc which can turn your iPhone 6 into a virtual reality machine. The agency named Cordon Media is the originator and think tank behind this new technological phenomenon. Pinc is basically an iPhone 6 accessory that allows virtual reality to be the norm and praxis on the platform.
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It is an application and is a state-of-the-art gadget. The contraption takes computing a notch higher. Pinc easily snuggles into your pant pocket and lets you use the device for hands-free headphone purposes. The components of Pinc may include an iPhone 6 case.
It is made of durable materials and is meant to protect your smartphone. Then there is a virtual reality headset. It is super slim thus serving as a superbly designed gizmo. Then there is a mobile platform to run through the hardware as software.
Finally there is an optical control system that lets you use multitouch gestures to manipulate the whole system with alacrity and punctuality. VR has been literally taken out of the world of video games and transferred into the world of handsets.
The entire structure is controlled by optical rings worn on the fingers. These rings are worn on the index fingers and are pressed to click with the hands. The result is dimensional computing, functional exploring, doing different tasks at one and the same time and shopping till you drop all online in a VR setting.
Cordon Media deals in VR both for smartphones and video games. Immersive technologies are the name of the game. The teams of engineers and creative consultants that the company has on tap will help it construct even better devices than Pinc in the future.
The scope for VR is much larger than just video gaming. It includes business and commerce as ventures where the new technology may come in handy. Among the things sought for currently by Cordon Media are:
- refining and machining processes,
- evolution of Pinc headsets,
- streamlining of rings,
- tracking lenses for iPhone 6 and
- the release of SDK for an iOS community.
With the passage of time more and more expectations are being held from mobile phones by people. Such technology that directly benefits smartphone users is just in its nascent phases. It has yet to evolve into a full-fledged contraption that will aid the folks of the future in their everyday jobs.
"We see the opportunity for VR as much broader than just gaming. Areas like everyday computing, productivity and commerce are very interesting for us." says Milan Baic, President of Cordon, who’s heading Pinć product development.
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Pinć VR indiegogo campaign started on November 23rd and will close on December 23, 2014.