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Gamingvisor: the new gaming glasses for PC and consoles

Posted January 8, 2016

Gamingvisor team announced the launch of their latest product, the Gamingvisor device: gaming glasses that increase the realism in gaming entertainment. Players can play all games available for their favourite console or PC directly on Gamingvisor screen.

Image credit: Gamingvisor

Image credit: Gamingvisor

Gamingvisor was born for shooter and adventure games but can be used for any games.  Head movements are detected as if the players were in the game. Equipped with visor and controller, players will use both the controller and head movements: gamers will use joypad as always, with the new feature that moving their head they will move camera inside the game!

Gamingvisor makes the gaming experience much more immersive. According to the developers, it is guaranteed an absolute realism in games: players and their characters will become one.

Gamingvisor is a 2D “augmented reality”. This means that players will be totally immersed in games with the advantage of not having to wait for the development of games in 3D.


  • Weight: 420g
  • High-Quality Design and Materials
  • HDMI Display
  • Bluetooth Audio Headset (optional)
  • Giroscope and Accelerometer integrated
  • High Accuracy
  • 5 inch HD display
  • Field of View: 360 degrees
  •  Frame Rate: 90 fps
  • Controller included: Wireless or Wired controller (based on product models)

Requirements: Console (ps3, xbox 360, PS4 or Xbox One) or (standard) PC. No additional hardware requirements; No software or driver installation needed.

Gamingvisor has been launched to the world through the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter on December 2015. For more information, please visit the link provided below.

Source: Kickstarter

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