One of the troubles of the pandemic quarantine is that cinemas are closed and you cannot watch new items on the big screen, even if the files themselves are available. The new GOOVIS Young headset, which is able to simulate a giant screen mode in virtual reality, will be able to help in this. Its apparent diagonal reaches 800 inches (20 m), but it is located at a distance of about 22 m from the viewer, similar to a movie theater.
The dual displays of GOOVIS M-OLED 1920x1080 provide a maximum resolution of 3840x1080, bringing the pixel density to 3147 ppi. The picture is extremely detailed, with gorgeous colors, and a contrast ratio of 100, 000: 1. For people with visual impairments, there is a diopter adjustment for each eye with an accuracy of +/- 0.33D to eliminate parasitic effects and eye pain.
The GOOVIS Young headset is designed for long-term use, for example, for watching TV shows or controlling a quadcopter from the first person. It weighs just 200 grams and has a ventilated body and a pad on the forehead strap for a comfortable fit. The lenses have a hydrophobic nano-coating, so they do not fog up - in theory, this allows the headset to be used on the move.
The dimensions of GOOVIS are slightly larger than those of conventional ski goggles. It provides support for USB-C, Lightning and HDMI interfaces, so the headset can be connected to almost any device. For example, drone, tablet, toy robot, game console, Blu-ray player, etc. The headset will go on sale this summer at an estimated price of $ 700.