Color Match VR K2 is the port of one of our first games (Color Match 3D) to VR for the IDEALENS K2 helmet.
Graphics are quite simple but the game is funny in VR.
Supported languages include English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.
The game is now available on WearVR store
We are now porting several apps (Color Match 3D, VR Experience and VR Racing) to this awesome helmet.
CPU: Exyons 7420, GPU: Mali-T760 MP8, Resolution: 2160*1200, OLED screen, 120°, Autonomous battery of 3800mAh.
OS: Android based.
VR Experience v2.0 has been released for iOS and Android.
Here is the cool new features list in response to various users’ wishes:
– VR drift fixed
– 4 VR modes are now possible:
VR0: magnet toggle: move on/off
VR1: magnet toggle: next scene, look down; move on/off
VR2: magnet toggle: move on/off, look down; next scene
VR3: look down; move on/off
– Configurable player height
– Configurable player speed
– Configurable player eyes distance
– Digital Pad controller when in “Normal” mode (left/right/forward/backward/rot left/rot right) [replaces long tap action]
– Performances improved on some levels
[update: 2.1 android: now 100% compatible with Durovis Dive 7 VR helmet for 7″ tablets such as the Nexus 7]
The ideoservo team tried both the Homido and Durovis Dive 5 VR headsets at Laval Virtual 2015. These VR helmets are used with smartphones and do not compete directly with the Oculus Rift VR headset.
Compared to the Google Cardboard (less than 20 euros), both are good premium manufactured VR helmets (60 to 70 euros).
We have a little preference for the Homido (French/Chinese design), because we found that it had better VR feeling when we tried both at the exhibit (lenses can be adjusted in depth and in lateral distance which is really a great idea). It is also shipped with an optional bluetooth controller (making the magnet useless ?). It would have been a good idea to also ship a magnet for compatibility with magnet enabled apps (such as VR Experience) – hopefully we had one in our pocket thanks to… Durovis !
The Durovis Dive 5 (German design) is now shipped with a nice designed magnet toggle and the Leap Motion system can also be added (we did not try it at the exhibit). It is also 10 euros less than the Homido helmet. Lenses can also be adjusted in depth and in lateral distance for better VR comfort.
A Durovis Dive 7 for small tablets (Nexus 7 …) is also available (a bit expensive as it is 115 euros at the moment) but it really looks great (we have also ordered one and it will be supported by our apps).
At the moment our application “VR Experience” needs a magnet to toggle start/stop walking (so we can say that the Durovis Dive 5 is maybe better supported).
You can buy one of those helmets on their official pages (please click on the images above).
Created by David Coz, a young French engineer, now employed by Google, the Cardboard kit is a real video gaming revolution:
Inspired by the Oculus Rift, this headset is sold as a DIY (Do It Yourself).
With this cardboard kit you can turn your smartphone into a real 3D immersion tool (or virtual reality). You can assemble this headset yourself very easily.
The kit includes a cardboard box, 2 lenses, two magnets and a rubber band, it will cost between 15 and 25 euros and a few minutes of your time to build one.
Once you have installed your smartphone,you will be able to download several applications of your choice on your Android or iOS smartphone and immerse into it.
The quality is, of course, not as good as the Oculus Rift helmet, but if you have a smartphone it’s really a cheap option if you want to have fun.