Immerse yourself into the action with the Homido Virtual Reality Headset, half price for readers of Android Community. The futuristic Homido Virtual Reality Headset turns your compatible smartphone into a device that is capable of displaying stunning 3D and 360 degree images. Incredibly, when you use this headset, games and movies will seem more realistic as you’ll experience what it’s like to be placed within the environment you are viewing.
Here’s how it works. Just insert the two included stereoscopic lenses into the headset and then place your smartphone in the clip found at the front of the device. The lenses do the work for you, making images on your phone appear before you in stunning 3D. For those who wear corrective lenses that are afraid this device might not work for them, worry not: This headset comes with 3 pairs of lens holders that are designed to be used by far-sighted and near-sighted individuals. Plus, the fit is totally customizable to suit the needs of the wearer.
The Homido has sensors built in to it that make this a true virtual reality headset. That means, if you were to play a first person shooter, for example, that you could move through the game environment just be moving your head. Want to look to your right hand side in the game? Then move your head to the right. It picks up on your physical cues and translates those movements to your game play for a truly amazing and immersive experience.
The Homido Virtual Reality Headset is compatible with a number of popular smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S4, S5, and S6, the LG G3, Oneplus One, iPhone 5 and 6, and more. Check out the product page to see if your smartphone will fit before purchasing.
Android Community Deals has drastically cut the price of the Homido Virtual Reality Headset and is offering it to their readers, with free US shipping, for just $69.99, but only for a limited time.
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