In creating Echo Frames, we had a vision at Amazon to invent a product that would empower customers to stay connected with the world and provide access to communication, information, and entertainment no matter where they are. We wanted to build a technology that could disappear into the background and help our customers engage with people, content, and services, without distracting them from the moment. So we asked ourselves: how do we build a device for all-day wear that works well both at home and on-the-go and lets customers stay present?
When VR first started to take off, it was a rather pricey endeavor. Consumers had to purchase a costly headset along with a beefy computer in order to run VR games. Spending upwards of $1,000 was the norm, meaning all the fun of virtual reality was left to those with the deepest pockets. Thankfully those days have come to an end.
What’s lurking behind your headset this Halloween season? A mystery, a curse, a zombie, or an unfriendly spirit? This Halloween, Viveport Infinity is bringing the scares to you with our guide to the top 10 spooky virtual reality experiences full of terror and sure to make you scream.
With precision-cut patterns in the faceplate and a metallic blue color, the HTC VIVE Cosmos headset is striking even at a glance. And it’s the function behind the form that makes it a worthy honoree in the Fast Company Innovation by Design Awards.