“Break through the boundaries with virtual reality and gesture control technology to create a new world with unlimited possibilities. These are the first glasses of their kind. With Dlodlo technology, you’ll be free to move without the weight of heavy goggles or the limitations of desktop wires.”
Alongside the V1, Dlodlo is also equipping you with its D1, which looks like a smartphone, but is really a pocket-sized computer. It comes with 2G RAM and a touch screen that allows somatosensory functionality. The D1 contains a micro HDMI connection port, which will allow the user to connect both devices, providing a portable virtual experience. With the V1’s 9 axis sensors, the user will be able to enjoy smooth head tracking wherever you might be.
Virtual Reality is moving at an accelerating pace, bringing about newer innovations in the way we play video games, browse online, and meet other people throughout the world. The Dlodlo V1 might appear as only an aesthetic measure, but in truth, the V1 is changing the game entirely as to how we immerse ourselves into virtual worlds. What was originally only applicable to when you were in front a computer screen or a gaming console, is now acquiring an open-range accessibility. Eventually we’ll no longer be using headsets that look like glasses to boot up and jack in. Instead we’ll be using contact lenses, and after that retinal implants. By that time, will we even know what is “virtual” and what is “physical?”