Dlodlo V1 VR Glasses That Look Like Sunglasses Launch In US On August 8

Posted: Aug 2 2016, 1:40pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 2 2016, 1:43pm CDT, in News | Technology News


Dlodlo V1 VR Glasses That Look Like Sunglasses Launch In US on August 8

The Chinese sunglass style virtual reality headset is set for market entry in the United States.

The super cool Dlodlo V1 VR Glasses will be launched on August 8 at a media event in New York. The Dlodlo makes wearing the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift look incredibly stupid. We reported about the Dlodlo VR headset that look like sunglasses first time in May. They are extremely lightweight with 78g. The thickness is 16mm. 

The Dlodlo V1 VR Glasses comes with the D-Box. The D-Box is a smartphone sized (117x59.6x9.5mm) Android powered device with Power VR G6230 GPU adn a Ultra-Octa 1.5G CPU to render virtual reality content. Together the Dlodlo V1 and D-Box make up an extremely portable virtual reality set. 

The Dlodlo V1 headset has a resolution of 2,560x1,024px and a 100 degrees field fo view (FOV). The FOV is only 10 degrees less than on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. The resolution of the Rift and Vive is 2160 x 1200px. A 9-axis sensor delivers the head motion data to the D-Box. 

Based on the specifications, the Dlodlo V1 VR Glasses are amazing. The real test are though the hands-on reviews. How immersive are they? I assume that light is coming in that could effect the visual experience.

There is no information yet available on pricing. Let's hope they also explain the name.

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