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Explore VR the Way it's Supposed to Be


Explore VR the Way it's Supposed to Be

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LOS ANGELES, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The PVR IRIS is the next step in virtual reality personal experiences as the device itself, is not only light, durable and displays an exceptional resolution but it's affordable and features the latest in technology.

The team based out of Hong Kong has been hard at work with the latest in VR technology, developed and scoped for everyday clients. Not only does the headset boast some of the better specs out on the market for VR right now, but it also uses blockchain technology, something which has slowly been sweeping the world of IT.

It works to bring users high-quality VR content. The technology itself is decentralized which means that it's never held in one place, but due to that significant feature, users will be able to process and search for content at a much faster rate. Not only that, but it provides total anonymity and security amongst peers, a highly valuable asset. PVR plans to use a peer-sharing methodology in future stages of development where users will be given the opportunity to earn PVR Tokens for activity on the network which can then be sued to purchase high-quality VR videos. The PVR Tokens are automatically earned and distributed through their integrated algorithm.

This true All-in-One HMD (head mounted devices) runs at a respectable 2560*1440 resolution which means that it's currently among the top VR headsets out there and not much else comes close, especially at the price. Users who are looking to get involved can head over to the official campaign at IndieGogo, where becoming a backer will set you back just $179.00, down from the planned and expected retail price of $299.

The IRIS has an expected battery life of up to three hours which is almost unheard of in the VR industry for a wireless headset. It has a 6K 60MBbps H.265 video decoding capability which will allow users to get the videos they want for less bandwidth. Perhaps one of the biggest areas to boast about would be PVR's Fresnal optical system, specifically designed to keep users from feeling any sort of motion sickness whatsoever. The Fresnal system combines hardware anti-dispersion and hardware anti-distortion which will allow users to feel far more immersed in the experience, maintain automatic pupil distance and will completely allay disorientation. 

Users can expect the devices to be lifted from the already successful Indiegogo campaign nearer October as the device will then start hitting shelves worldwide. If you're into the world of VR and feel like it's definitely something you'd like to explore, then you should do things right and look towards the future of VR experiences with the PVR IRIS.

From the official campaign page:

We broke down the process of someone "loving themselves" and created a product that seamlessly fits into the ritual and enhances the experience to levels that you wouldn't otherwise experience (individually that is). Both hardware and software were built from the ground up specifically for that one purpose in mind, therefore, no other headsets on the market even come close to paying as much attention to this element.

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