Spanish start-up VRElia has confirmed that it will be bringing its three upcoming virtual reality (VR) headsets to the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this week. The company will be showing off its alternatives to the Oculus Rift VR headset throughout the event, including a presentation showcasing all three of the headsets, dubbed the VREye range, which are aimed at different types of consumers.
The line-up includes the premium VREye Pro, which boasts two FullHD screens and head-tracking technology made by YEI Technologies, the company behind the PrioVR motion suit. The company claims to offers the best field of view (FOV in the market with this device.
Next up is the standard VREye which aims to offer a high-end experience for an affordable price. It uses an HD panel, low motion blur and an increased FOV. Finally, the VREye Go, Which lets you insert an Android smartphone into a headset, will also be on display.
All three models are set at different price points to accomodate different audiences, though specifics on the models haven’t been announced just yet. Those interested in seeing the headsets can email the company at firstname.lastname@example.org. VRFocus will continue to report on VRElia’s products and all other VR headsets.