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DJ EDM develops VR headsets for music fans

Nov 29, 2017

DJ EDM develops VR headsets for music fans


There are plenty of VR headsets on the market that are designed to meet the needs of different consumers, from mobile devices such as Merge VR or Samsung Gear VR to high-end devices such as HTC Vive and Oculus Rift on PCs. Now DJ Enrique Cadena Marin reveals a new HMD that the musician claims to be for music lovers.

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Cadena Marin conceived this idea in 2015, setting visuals for his DJs. To immerse fans in an ecstatic atmosphere, he teamed up with software developers and technical engineers Jorge Brewer and Marc Duran to help the audience feel fully His music.

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At the moment the details of the head-up and its appearance are no different, and the only detailed specification currently available is the VR head-mounted display that will include a lightweight screen with a 100-degree field of view (FoV), high-quality 3D audio space Optional laptop adapter and DVI adapter.

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"This genre I created, TeroDancehall, is designed around a listener-aware atmosphere and as part of an art that enables fans to experience EDM in a totally different visual element,

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The device is expected to be available in the United States in the fall of 2018 as long as the test goes well. As for what types of music content there is, VRhythm's official statement states: "VRhythm is designed to provide users with an immersive, virtual artwork and experience to enhance EDM playlists and live performances as well as home and public places. A lightweight VR headlines will allow fans immersed in the virtual environment and music videos. "