Tech: Toronto’s Pinć looks to democratize virtual reality

By December 25, 2014March 24th, 2020Newswires

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Toronto-based incubator Cordon has an Indiegogo project, called Pinć, that aims to bring virtual reality to smartphone users by simply using a case that converts into virtual reality goggles.

Their solution is an iPhone 6 Plus case that transforms into a wearable headset that runs an app. There are also finger cuffs that double as pointers and mice. Users see virtual reality by wearing the headset and watching images on their smartphone. The finger cuffs serve as a mouse pointer.

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