How to build a VR headset with a single Arduino and an iPhone 5C sensor: the secret to creating the best possible experience for your VR experience
In this video, the creators of the new Arduino-powered VR headset, the Axiom, explain how they built it.
In this video by Axiom designer, Josh Miller, the makers explain how to build an Axiom VR headset using Arduino hardware and an iOS 5C processor.
In a previous video by the Aximos creators, they explain how a few simple Arduino sensors, and a couple of components from the Axumos hardware shop, allowed the team to build their first working prototype of their VR headset.
In the video, Axiom developer and Axiom founder, Josh Wojciechowski, discusses the challenges of building a headset that will work on a smartphone and explain why he believes the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are the best VR headsets currently available.
In another video, Josh talks about the challenges he faced with designing a headset for a new, highly anticipated AR game, Injustice 2.
In other videos, Axioms creators Josh Wajciechaowski and Josh Miller explain the technology behind their VR headsets, and talk about the future of virtual reality in general.
Check out the video here:Josh Miller on the Oculus, Vive, and AR:Video by Axiomatic Studios, Axis Labs, and the Axiom team.