Virtual reality headsets create a visual experience for users to enjoy but do little in the way of physically manipulating the real-time user, so the Touch VR Kit for National Geographic is intended to change this.
The headset works by being affixed onto a variety of different attachments depending on the different task that is being performed. This comes in the form of binoculars, a telescope and a microscope that help to put the user into the right position for experiencing the specific medium they would be admiring. This brings a more realistic experience to the action and makes it inherently more honest and believable.
The Touch VR Kit for National Geographic is the design work of Junbyung Choi.
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The Touch VR Kit for National Geographic Mimics Real-Life Experiences
- By: Michael HemsworthDec 26, 2016