There are holders for cell phones that can be worn around the neck, not just for the car, which is used for navigation!
1.) ... 1.) ... Example virtual reality glasses smartphone!
|(Image-1) Holder for the mobile phone that can be worn around the neck!|
A virtual reality (VR) headset that can be used with a cell phone is often referred to as a “VR headset for smartphones.” With this type of VR glasses, users can insert their smartphone into the glasses to experience VR content. Here are some steps to use such glasses with your mobile phone:
Compatible hardware: Make sure your smartphone is compatible with the VR glasses. This includes the right size of the smartphone and the support of VR applications.
Download VR apps: Go to the App Store on your smartphone (either Google Play Store for Android or Apple App Store for iOS) and download VR apps. There are many VR applications, games and experiences that you can use.
Inserting the smartphone into the VR glasses: The exact procedure varies depending on the model, but the smartphone is usually inserted into a holder in the VR glasses. Make sure the smartphone is secure and centered.
Put the glasses on: Place the VR glasses on your face and make sure they fit comfortably. Some models offer adjustable headbands, lenses and distance settings to ensure the best fit.
Calibration: Depending on your glasses and app, you may need to perform calibration to best customize your VR experience. This may include adjusting lens distances or calibrating the gyroscope for motion capture.
Enjoy content: Once you have inserted your smartphone into the glasses and started the VR app, you can enjoy the virtual reality content. The glasses use the smartphone display to give you an immersive experience.
Remember that the quality of the VR experience depends on the performance of your smartphone and the quality of the VR glasses. High-quality VR headsets like Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR typically offer better results than cheaper smartphone-based VR headsets, but they also require specialized hardware and are typically more expensive.
FAQ 73: Updated on: 1 November 2023 20:41