It look like Google Cardboard is only the start of the company’s virtual reality push. According to the reports from The Financial Times shows that Google is wanting to release a more considerable virtual product akin to Samsung’s Gear VR.
Google is reportedly releasing a VR headset in 2016
Notwithstanding another plastic packaging, it’s said that the headset will bolster a wide range support of smartphones than the Gear VR. Sources likewise tell the paper that it will feature “better sensors” and “lenses,” recommending that it won’t be completely dependent on the equipment build with your smart phone. The report specifies that “a large portion of its processing power” would originate from the smartphone. Google Cardboard, which has been around for over 18 months, gives two plastic lenses and just holds your smartphone in the right position to work as a VR gadget.
It would seem that Google Cardboard is only the start of the company’s virtual reality push. Another report from The Financial Times shows that Google is wanting to release a more considerable virtual reality item much the same as Samsung’s Gear VR.
Google’s annual developer conferrence, I/O, would be a natural place for the company to reveal the new equipment. By Financial Times, the equipment could be another Nexus-style product intended to set an objective and lay the format for Google’s equipment accomplices. The equipment itself could land in September, sources reported.
The new equipment could likewise come nearby Google’s reputed Android VR working system. Google’s extended VR push was reputed simply a month ago after the company posted job listening for new positions included in virtual reality. Still much’s obscure about this new headset, and Android VR in particular.