We've seen a lot of news these days about wearable technology, and how it can aide in something like healthcare by tracking the users vitals easily and effectively and using that to seamless help not only the users themselves keep a tab on their health by keeping a daily record and even quickly monitoring the data, but by health care officials as well by assisting them to send help in a timely manner to minimize damage.
But now, there's a new tech that's making headline all over the place for a little while now. And that's VR or Virtual Reality. Which has been causing quite a storm, especially in the gaming arena, because of how it adds a third dimension to the gaming experience as well as helps in engrossing the audience more into the gameplay. Why games? Because, games have been able to capture people's imagination alike for the past few decades and has even been a source of inspiration for many people, an inspiration to go on in their lives, to create something spectacular using their imagination and creativity, and even help them develop special relationship and reach out to people with similar interests for example.
And this has led to finding innovative ways to bring VR to the general public, as you might have guessed, all major hardware and software companies are trying to get their own version of a VR enabled device out there in the open, like Sony, Samsung, and even Google. Google taking the typical path of being interesting as well as imaginative with their approach of actually creating a cardboard exo-skeleton with lens where all you need to do is pop in your smartphone and then enjoy the magic.
There's yet another crowd funded venture that's looking to travel the cost effective path of consumer VR devices, that are easy on the pockets and usually employ your smartphone to provide the VR experience. Pinc for example is the <$150 option that can turn out to be a pretty solid bang on the buck for your money. And honestly, when the API is made available this can be a great opportunity for you to hire iPhone developer
to develop apps or games that would be compatible with a VR device.
VR, is a relatively new platform that has an immense amount of potential that if utilized, can turn out to be a great investment opportunity for any supporter. And that is probably what Pinc is shaping out to be really, a platform that focuses on creating a great platform for the people, which is backed by the people themselves. I'm pretty sure we're gonna see a whole bunch of ventures in the near future that follows in the footsteps of being supported by the people to go ahead and end up serving a cost effective and quality experience for everyone involved instead of being driven by the need to bring in more profits. And this would be a good way for people like you and me to live out our dreams to create something innovative and to hire iPhone developer
to bring it to fruition.