Sulon Q represents the latest in an ever-expanding VR headset market. The world’s first (and currently only) “wear and play” headset for virtual reality, augmented reality and spatial computing!
What does that mean? Well, for starters it’s a complete all-in-one, tether-free device so you won’t need to have a PC, Console or Smartphone to use it.
Check out this pretty cool augmented reality jack and the bean stalk story demo and see what it’s like for yourself 🙂
It’s apparently quite simple to use with no wires or complicated tracking systems – it features unique spatial mapping technology, which scans your environment and gestures in real-time so you can interact with objects.
The specs look gorgeous as well – 2,560×1,440 resolution OLED display, 8GB ram and a 256GB SSD along with Microsoft Windows 10 is certainly a nice setup.
Powered by the AMD FX-8800P APU with Sulon’s Spatial Processing Unit it can deliver gaming console-quality graphics for full content immersion and while all that tech packed into the headset could make things a little front heavy – I just want to try it on! And with Sulon going for a launch date that’s around three months from now we might get to sooner than we think 🙂