Motorola has tried its luck with almost every tech segment out there when it comes to the Moto Mods. This time, the company has come up with Virtual Viewer, a Moto Mod which is essentially a VR headset.
From projectors, battery packs, gamepads, camera lenses, and a truck-load of Mods available out there, the company has finally reached to something which it had not touched yet.
Once again, Evan Blass has done the job. Courtesy Blass, we have a picture of Motorola’s upcoming Virtual Viewer. There were no details shared as to how the Mod is going to work but we can safely assume that considering the fact that we know how all the other Mods operate – tuck it in a Moto Mod enabled smartphone and get things going.
Looking at the picture, the Virtual Viewer essentially looks like Google’s Daydream View headset. The problem being, this time we won’t be able to see that much of a device support. Moto Mods only work with select handsets and if you do not have one, the Virtual Viewer is not the gadget for you.
The Virtual Viewer has a camera cutout for the rear lens meaning that it could very well feature AR capabilities. While this is still an early guess, we can just hope that the company brings it to the final product.
As of now, there is no official word about the pricing and availability of the Virtual Viewer. We would keep on updating you the moment we get some confirmation about the same.
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