Need a good quality Google VR cardboard to immerse yourself in the panoramic or 3D virtual reality world? Xiaomi has launched its popular Google Cardboard VR headset called the Mi VR Play in India. In addition, the company has also launched Mi Live VR livestreams mobile app.
As it’s from Xiaomi, you will definitely get great quality products at really affordable price tag. The Mi VR Play comes with a price tag of Rs 999 and available exclusively at Mi Official store [Mi.com/VRPlay]. The first sale will happen on 21st December 2016, exactly at 12 PM.
Let’s dig deep into Mi VR Play, the VR headset is built from lightweight and durable materials like Spandex and nylon. It also comes with two-way zipper lock that helps to secure your smartphone and it won’t fall off when in use. The dual front opening allows you to further positioning and adjusting the smartphone. Xiaomi has used the anti-reflective optical-grade aspheric lens for the VR headset that has a high tolerance interval of 0.01mm. There is also a button over the top that helps in easy navigation.
The Mi VR Play is fully compatible with most regular and bigger screen sized smartphones. It can hold screen sizes of 4.7-inch (11.9cm) to all way up to 5.7-inch (14.5cm). So that’s easy can hold every Redmi and Mi smartphones along with other mobile manufacturers handsets. Yet, its own Mi Max smartphone and other bigger phablets are not compatible with the VR headset.
Mi VR Play highlights
- Fits 4.7-inch to 5.7-inch smartphones.
- Innovative two-way zip design.
- Lightweight Lycra fabric (nylon + spandex) and Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA).
- Google Cardboard compatible.
- View 360-degree videos on YouTube, Mi Live VR livestreams and photos on Google Camera photo spheres.
- Enjoy panoramic VR photos on Cardboard camera.
Xiaomi Mi VR Play is headset is Google Cardboard compatible and you can view immersive 360-degree videos on apps like YouTube and Google Camera photo spheres. The Mi Live VR livestreams app which is available on Google Play store [play.google.com/MiLive] offers live videos around the world. If you are looking to capture some VR stuff, then you can try out Google Cardboard Camera [google.com/CardboardCamera]. The camera app can record panoramic videos and photos, which can be then viewed on Mi VR Play.