I have addressed it a couple times in some of my presentations.
The VR will be out this year and I am working really hard to get them ready. We ran into a syncing problem with all the current encoders. It is very similar to the same problem I had originally when I created Passive Brain Fitness. I worked on the syncing issues between audio and video for almost 2 years before we solved the problem. It won't take 2 years this time because I understand the nature of the problem and the mechanics involved.
It's a math problem at the core. It is one of those things that I could solve it this week or 4 weeks from now. I have some people coming to my office this week to help me. I hope it goes well.
Thanks for understanding,
Thank you so much for the support. I am excited too. :)
Just clarify, we have delay on the VR releases. In m tests, they created some less then pleasent effects so we have to do a little more work on them before we release them.
I am a big fan of the Google Day dream however there are only a couple phones that can power it. Google Pixel and Motot Z. Both very expensive phones. The Samsung one is ver y good as well and I believe it is more flexible with the devices that will run it.
VR is going to grow and change so much in the next couple years, I would just buy a $30 Google Cardboard. I have used them and test them and work perfectly for what we are doing.
The other reason I would opt for a less expensive version right now is because the expensive one will evolve and change so much in the ext little bit that you just end up wanting to get a new version anyway.
I think it is a waste of money to spend too much right now based on what I see coming down the road.