Is Gesture Control The Future Of Phone-Based VR Systems?

Is Gesture Control The Future Of Phone-Based VR Systems?
Design

A new direction for how we engage with virtual reality content on our devices

Eva Recinos
  • 2 june 2016

While companies find new way to integrate VR into their products, consumers are preparing themselves for even more immersive and dynamic experiences.

EyeSight recently released a demo that shows a new possible direction for phone-based VR headsets. As CNET points out, these headsets “are some of the most affordable ways to experience virtual reality, but they lack the advanced motion-tracking controls of high-end headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.”

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