In the past month, Oculus Rift and HTC Virtual Reality glasses have reached many markets and many houses. These glasses are very famous, but there are also totally free versions or at least cheaper ones. Among the free models we have the famous glasses Pockulus VR, glasses that are not only printed but also use a CHIP plate, a totally free SBC board that includes a Gnu / Linux version that allows you to play the classic video games in a closer way and even to be able to work with a word processor in a more immersive way.
The motherboard of these Pockulus VR is shaped like a Game Boy, the brain of this board is a CHIP board which has a cost of 9 dollars. Also has a 4,9-inch screen with a QWERTY keyboard. In addition, Pockulus VR has a Wifi connection, internal storage and a battery that will provide independence of use.
Pockulus VR has a low price and Gnu / Linux as an operating system
However, these Pockulus VR are not sold with the glasses themselves, that is, after buying them we have to print a glasses to be able to attach it to the Pockulus VR plate and use it as VR glasses similar to the Google Cardboard. The Pockulus VR have a cost of 49 dollars, a fairly low price but do not forget that you have to add the costs of the prints of the glasses. The positive of this model is that the information and files of Pockulus VR are totally liberated so we can alter or create our own Pockulus VR, something interesting not only for many but also for developers and creators who want to create their own fork or your own Virtual Reality glasses.
Personally, I find this type of VR glasses interesting but I don't find Pockulus VR much useful, at least I think many will consider that they are a joke, something that many indicated when they were born and that it seems that the creation of these Pockulus VR came from this. .