CT News Bureau
Bengaluru: ICT, mobility and CE products and services provider Doel, launches all-in-one VR, an Android-based device that provides a VR gear -like solution without using a phone; and a VR Box which is an entry level VR which offers virtual world experience while playing games, watching 3D videos, etc. All in one VR comes with in-built controller which gives the freedom to use it wirelessly as everything is built-in to the visor.
According to a TechSci Research report, “India Virtual Reality Market by Product Type, By End-user, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011 - 2021 virtual reality (VR) market in India is projected to register a CAGR of 55.3% during 2016 - 2021.”
“At Doel we constantly focus on bringing leading edge technology to our customers. Doel VR 506 is a wow category and a great medium of entertainment. Both VR sets provide nonlinear communication which will surely engage our customers providing immersive user experience at an affordable price range,” said Sudip De, Director at DOEL International Pvt. Ltd. “Adoption of VR in various sectors such as defense, real estate, automotive, consumer electronics, etc., will surely drive exceeding growth in the country’s VR market in the next five years.”
DOEL VR 506 is ergonomically designed and features various motion inputs along with one hand control, easy connectivity and minimized head movement for better motion interaction. It provides a 5-inch display that pumps out 1080p display per eye and 100-degree field of view. The processor is a 1.8 GHz quad-core Rock chip RK 3288 which has dedicated high resolution/UHD video decoders and on full charge it provides 6-7 hours of battery life. Software can be loaded into the VR set over Wi-Fi as it provides 8GB storage and expandable with SD cards up to 32 GB.
DOEL VR Box headset has durable and adjustable T-shaped straps allowing comfort, anti-dust design which helps in stopping the dust from going into the cardboard of 3D device. It is compatibile with android and IOS phones and has two adjustable spherical lenses which allows adjusting the focus through moving the button on the top of the VR GLASS, so the user can free up the myopia glasses when using the 3D virtual reality.