LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A lightweight, portable virtual reality headset that displays high definition, cinema-standard 3D screenings, is debuted at CES by vision specialists NED Optics Co. Ltd.
The GOOVIS G1 Mobile 3D Theater combines one of the lightest weight headsets with the sharpest optics on the market to provide the ultimate VR movie viewing experience. With a field of view of 53°, the movie picture projected is equivalent to 800” giant screen at 20 meters.
Crystal clear visuals
The GOOVIS G1 Mobile 3D Theater has five separate lenses per eyepiece to create the sharpest picture possible for VR 3D movies.
With resolution of 1920x1080 per eye, the OLED technology creates an ultra HD experience working at 4 million pixels. Its high pixel density (3147 PPI) means viewing remains crisp. A response time of 0.01 milliseconds also ensures there is less motion blur and no dizziness.
The GOOVIS G1 Mobile 3D Theater supports 2D and 3D videos and 3D movies from Android, PC and iOS plus any device with an HDMI cable, as well as the PS4, Xbox, and even from drones.
The GOOVIS G1 Mobile 3D Theater is sleek and ultra-lightweight at only 200g of main body. A special uplift design takes pressure off the wearer’s nose, for unlimited viewing and greater comfort.
Dr. Jonny Peng, Founder and CEO at NED Optics Co. Ltd explains: “Comfort and display resolution are top priorities for movie and box-set TV fans who are excited about immersive technologies. However, viewers find it difficult to enjoy the full 3D media VR experience because these products are bulky, or have poor optics, which can create an uncomfortable viewing and wearing experience.
“The GOOVIS G1 Mobile 3D Theater utilizes our specialist background in optics and the highest standards in design, manufacture and quality control, to provide a tailored, stable cinema-standard viewing experience that people can enjoy in their own homes, or on the move.
GOOVIS G1 Mobile 3D Theater: RRP $599
About NED Optics Co.,
GOOVIS (Good Vision) is a brand of smart video glasses which is owned by NED Optics Co., Ltd.
See more at http://www.nedoptics.com.cn/g00visg1/6-4.html (Chinese)