Virtual reality headgear designed in India

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#5 Product of the DayNovember 28, 2015



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Rahul Ramchand
Rahul RamchandHiring@rahulr047 · Botmonster 🔥
Definitely requesting a demo when I'm in Bangalore. Good stuff!
Shreyansh Singhal
Shreyansh SinghalHunter@ansh_shrey · @Tracxn
Have developed depth mapping, clustering and resizing algorithms convert any content which users can run on your laptop (video/games/mini clips etc) to 3D , 360 vision. Platform independent technology allows users to use Tesseract with any game or content so no development of special content is required. VR walkthrough support allows users to take a VR walk with 360 degree vision in any 3D model which could be very useful for architects, product designers, in real estate etc. 360 degree video player allows users to watch 360 videos with complete 3D immersion and also allows live streaming of 360 degree videos from YouTube. Tesseract is also compatible with HDMI dongles (like chrome cast) allowing users to play Android/iOS games/contents.
Blaine Hatab
Blaine Hatab@blainehatab · Co-founder, Open Minded Innovations
I'm on board with global competition in this space. Competition only ends up in better products :D
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace@kkdub · 🎯Strategist for Hire
Tesseract looks amazing -- and well-named, too. The site's cart doesn't seem to be working at the moment, so price shipped to the US is unknown. Without shipping, it looks like less than $200. I have seen similar-looking devices that are basically Google cardboard clones selling direct from China -- sold out now before our holidays -- going at wholesale for nearly $75. Thought went into creating a wearable device here: peeps who usually wear glasses should be perfectly fine wearing these; and for once a tech device adjusts for small/medium/large before they're made in pink.
Julian Counihan
Julian Counihan@nycounihan · principal, red sea ventures
@kkdub second the sweet name!