“…designed to be a cheap and affordable lens testing machine.”
Top 10 Key Selling Points: Nautilus Virtual Reality
- Arrcuritly shows How Varifocal Lens Work
- Allows People To Get Used to New Lenses
- Independent Adjustable Pupil Distance
- Works With Google Cardboard Apps
- Shows How Transition Lenses Work
- Could Be Used in the 3rd World
- Virtual Reality Eye Test
- Portable and Affordable
- Easy Grip Design
Nautilus Virtual Reality
Very much in the same style as an EyeNetra Netra-G, the Nautilus Virtual Reality is mostly designed for professional opticians and while it is a VR viewer is supposed to be used as a tool that allows the optician to walk his client through different viewing solutions using a VR world display Using various smartphones it is designed to be a cheap and affordable lens testing machine.
We find it really interesting, all the different ways mobile VR and full VR headsets are being used in other areas like this. Could a VR headset one-day be mainstream medical equipment? We have already seen a Google Cardboard headset used in surgery so it seems it is only a matter of time. We will bring you more news of this mobile VR headset if we get any.