CastAR

Body Location

Worn on the Head

Primary Application

Gaming & Entertainment

About CastAR

The CastAR is a wearable device used to project a 3D image onto a retroreflective surface. This means that any light projected on the surface will return to its source. The CastAR uses two projectors located on the rim of the glasses to project stereoscopic video. This technology has the option of both full virtual reality and full augmented reality. CastAR comes with a magic wand that can track its own position and orientation in space. The website also has free sample games for the user to test out.

Company

CastAR

Device Name

CastAR

Product Release

2017

Price

$900.00 USD

CastAR Network


Components

DLP Display & Gyroscope

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

USB & HDMI

Compatibility

Windows

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