>If you could get a wired connection over even USB 3.0 you'd probably be fine
Yeah as it turns out there are no phones with USB3.0, its all 2.0 even the ones with typeC connector, but I take 480Mbits its enough right?
As for the zeiss I don't see it having anything else that sort of justifies the price, I mean the lenses aren't adjustable like the ones on the OSVR and it doesn't comes with extra electronics like the GearVR does
As for the lenses as it turns out you can buy spare ones from the cardboard and are dirt cheap
Not sure if I want to fiddle around too much with the size and stuff since it might affect the usability of it, particularly the compatibility with programs like trinus which are already calibrated for the cardboard
Still not a lot of games with headtracking independent of mouselook, TBH I don't get why no gaming company is making a more pro-grade VR 'adapter' with the software necessary to get the game to work properly with your phone, I mean they make the pipboy adapter which only works for one single game and not this?
Why? not even 1 in 100 PC gamers will pay the insane prices for the oculus and the vive but pretty much everybody has a smartphone now and I bet you they would use this considering it could be sold for $50