As sensible because the Nintendo Labo VR Package is, the goggles that include it do not embody a strap. Whereas Nintendo’s intention is to make its personal type of VR as welcoming, accessible and social as attainable, clearly not everyone seems to be taken with the hands-on design. In consequence, we have seen quite a few DIY straps created over the previous few weeks, permitting Labo VR customers to play video games with out having to carry the goggles as much as their face with their fingers.
New York-based accent maker Sweat Proof Gaming has seen the demand for hands-free VR on the Swap and has determined to launch a consolation headset strap for the Labo VR goggles. These stretchy and adjustable straps could be connected to your goggles without having to chop or modify the unique cardboard design. The product additionally consists of cushioning in your brow, nostril and the again of your head.
The strap is priced at US$13.99 and pre-orders begin delivery subsequent Monday on 29th April. When you’re nonetheless on the fence, keep tuned for our hands-on impression very quickly, as we check out the strap with the VR updates for Tremendous Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
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