Die-hard Apple, game & tech-crazed fans, we’ve got the just the product for you: A headset that allows you to wear your iPad directly on your face.
A design studio in Toronto, Metatecture, has raised more than $12,000 with their Kickstarter campaign for a pair of googles that uses Apple’s Retina display to produce 3-D images. The AirVR works with the iPad Mini and iPhone 6, and is made from a lightweight and durable plastic. Ergonomic foam and adjustable straps ensure that the goggles fit snug and comfortably. Essentially, if you’re into gaming and want to enhance your overall experience – the AirVR is for you. Metatecture is currently working with Unity3D Game Engine, a company is known for creating games and interactive 3D and 2D experiences available on platforms like PS3, Xbox360, Wii and more, for the ultimate virtual reality experience.
If you’re interested in learning more about the AirVR you can head to their Kickstarter campaign to see how it works. Pledges and orders are being taking until mid-October and you can fund anywhere from $1-$900. The AirVR goggles are going for $49 + shipping.