OpenDive Lasercut - VR Goggles for Android

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OpenDive Lasercut - VR Goggles for Android by joo Jun 29, 2013


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Lascercut smartphone holder for the Durovis OpenDive VR system.

Perfect for fabrication in a fablab/hackerspace.

Lenskit: http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00COO64IC/


  • Lasercut ope.pdf with 5mm Material
  • Add 4 M4 Nuts and Bolts
  • Print the 3D-Parts
  • Assemble everything.

detailed description (in german): http://wiki.fablab-nuernberg.de/w/Ding:opendive

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Can you make your lenses available in the US store.
If not, I can definitely help you get them up in a US store, let me know…

great idea! just ordered me some lenses!
Do you guys already have developed an app to view 3d videos?
The 3d videos I watch on my polarized laptop are side by side or above and below. To watch 3d videos on my phone with your vr glasses an app would be needed to stretch the videos into the right format and to rearange above and below 3d videos to side by side.

I'm no develper, just made the lasercut version, for the original look at the "dreived from" section ;)
If you use the youtube app on your android device, search "yt3d enable" to find the kind of videos you could watch. From my expierience it's pretty disorienting and odd without proper headmovement.

thanks I will reask the question there.