The Nabi VR Pocket Viewer is the ultimate take-away accessory


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A few years ago, if you were looking at something in virtual reality (I use this term interchangeably with 360 videos here), the choice was so limited that you were perfectly satisfied to wait for your return to the house, then violate. with your phone and Google Cardboard Viewer. This is no longer the case. there is a wealth of content created by your directors, news sites and even your favorite friends. You want to see something, you want it right now, and unless you're an expert in origami, the likelihood that you have a viewer in your pocket is rather low. This is where the Nabi Virtual Reality Visualizer comes in. & Nbsp; With the kind permission of Mocomtech, a South Korean company, Nabi is packaged in a box about the size of an EarPods charger and folds into a pair of mini-glasses, lenses using a specific focal length. The center of this corner is designed to allow you to clearly click on your phone, transforming these two different perspectives into something easy to consume. It's revolutionary in the "Why did not anyone think about it sooner?" patented way in the United States, it is therefore unlikely to be immediately scammed. The name means "butterfly" in Korean, and the device closes and opens like wings, so here's your meaning, I guess.

Nabi VRMocom VR

There is no "virtual reality" in that you will not get the type of image you would get from an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, nor any interactive feature. But what he does, he does it well. provides a fast way to view 360 videos on the move in stylish and hygienic packaging. I have been playing with this game for a few weeks since I first met it at the 2018 World Augmented Exhibition and I was impressed by its solid construction and durability. I did not even realize I missed it until it happened and now I'm blown away, it took me so long to get here. From public events to personal use, the applications of this little gadget are unlimited. I am not the only one to think so. During a recent three day show on virtual reality in Busan, they were sold in one day and had to be replenished.

Man using Nabi VR viewerNabi VR

I'll be honest, you will not be very cool using it, but when did VR ever make something look like something other than dorky? At least you literally have no cardboard on your head.

Available for $ 14.99 on their website or Amazon.

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A few years ago, if you were watching something in virtual reality (I use this term interchangeably with 360 videos here), the choice was so limited that you were perfectly satisfied to wait for your return to the home, and then play with your phone and your Google Cardboard reader. This is no longer the case. there is a wealth of content created by your directors, news sites and even your favorite friends. You want to see something, you want it now, and unless you're an expert in origami, the probability that you have a viewer in your pocket is rather low. This is where the Nabi virtual reality viewer comes in. With the kind permission of Mocomtech, a South Korean company, the Nabi is packaged in a case that is about the size of an EarPods charger and deploys in a pair of mini-glasses, the lenses using a specific focal length. . The center of this corner is designed for a crisp click on your phone, turning these two different perspectives into something easy to consume. It's revolutionary in the "Why did not anyone think about it sooner?" patented way in the United States, it is therefore unlikely to be immediately scammed. The name means "butterfly" in Korean, and the device closes and opens like wings, so here's your meaning, I guess.

There is no "virtual reality" in that you will not get the type of image you would get from an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, nor any interactive feature. But what he does, he does it well. provides a fast way to view 360 videos on the move in stylish and hygienic packaging. I have been playing with this game for a few weeks since I first met it at the 2018 World Augmented Exhibition and I was impressed by its solid construction and durability. I did not even realize I missed it until it happened and now I'm blown away, it took me so long to get here. From public events to personal use, the applications of this little gadget are unlimited. I am not the only one to think so. During a recent three day show on virtual reality in Busan, they were sold in one day and had to be replenished.

Man using Nabi VR viewerNabi VR

I'll be honest, you will not be very cool using it, but when did VR ever make something look like something other than dorky? At least you literally have no cardboard on your head.

Available for $ 14.99 on their website or Amazon.