Possibly the most fascinating and entertaining tech innovation of the past year is virtual reality. With a few pieces of equipment, we’re instantly transported to places we’d otherwise never see in our lifetimes. These places can be real or fictional but the clarity and realness are breathtaking. But, the field of virtual reality has not been mastered. Until now. Introducing Nunulo.
Breaking through an entirely new aspect in the industry, the Nunulo VR headset allows for total adjustment of the lens to cater to every individual’s preferred visual comfort. This level of technology isn’t found in any other VR device.
As the creators of Nunulo explain in their successful Kickstarter campaign, the human eye functions in two ways: convergence and focus and each of these actions vary for each human. These two functions enable us to see clearly and without strain. While most VR headsets on the market handle convergence, only the Nunulo VR Headset allows the user to adjust both convergence and focus for a relaxing experience.
Without perfecting both functions, users will experience simulation sickness and eye exhaustion after just 15 minutes of use. The Nunulo VR Headset makes your experience much more comfortable and enjoyable by making both of these features adjustable. The lens of Nunulo has been expertly designed and engineered just for this purpose.
The lens is what is known as an imbalanced convex lens which has a calculated and distributed thickness. Rotating the lens moves the point of focus for the user until the most comfortable position is achieved. With this shape, Nunulo users can attain visual customization for all types of eyes.
Simply turn the dial on the exterior of the headset to intiate movement. The lens will adjust and you can select the most comfortable position. With this customization, Nunulo allows you to experience virtual reality for much longer without headaches, nausea, double vision, or dizziness.
Surrounding the revolutionary lenses is a lightweight yet sturdy cardboard box. Arriving flat packed, it’s simple to assemble the frame and also easy to store when it’s not in use. On either side of Nunulo are two easy to use knobs to adjust the lenses individually.
Live on Kickstarter until August 25th, the Nunulo team have already surpassed their original goal with over $24k raised. Ordering your own is just as easy as using the device: the Early Bird donation of just $34 will reserve a headset for you with delivery in November.
This is some incredible innovation in the VR field. What do you think might be next?