The $825 GOOVIS G2 Personal 3D Cinema, a virtual reality (VR) headset), will reportedly work with at least some Apple devices.
It’s equipped with two Si based Micro-OLED screens, an Android operating system with Wi-Fi, HDMI capability, and a battery life of approximately four hours. According to the folks at GOOVIS, G2 Personal 3D Cinema users will have an IMAX cinema experience with a perceived screen size of 800 inches — including an optical distance to the screen of approximately 20m.
Wearers of eyeglasses — like me— aren’t left out of the fun. The G2 offers an adjustable viewing range, which considers lens prescriptions, ranging from +3D to -8D diopters, to be adjusted independently.
The GOOVIS G2 consists of two 1920 x 1080 OLED displays, 3,147 pixels per inch, can stream numerous apps like YouTube and Netflix. Storage space for viewing content is 32GB.
The headset weighs 200 grams. PlayStation 4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and similar devices can be connected via HDMI. Blu-ray signals are also supported. The GOOVIS G2 can also connect to Apple devices via the Lightning Digital AV Adapter, and headphones are supported by Bluetooth technology.