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|Basic specs||Price: $ 3934 €31 £4,118 ¥ The prices we display are estimates and can differ from the actual market prices. Prices vary by resellers and countries.|
|Field of view (FOV)||98°|
Mattel View-Master Deluxe review
The Mattel View-Master Deluxe VR Viewer is a virtual reality headset for smartphones made by Mattel, a toy manufacturer based in the US. The View-Master Deluxe VR viewer is an update of the original View-Master.
This easy-to-use VR headset is suitable for kids over 7 years old. Users must hold the device up to their face as there are no head straps. This is voluntary so that children do not use the View-Master for too long, avoiding extensive screen exposure.
The View-Master viewer is compatible with all smartphones with a maximum screen size of 6 inches.
Users enjoy this budget VR headset for the nostalgia of the old View-Master, but also because the design is sturdy and kid-friendly.
View-Master Deluxe main features
- Reliable locking mechanism: ensures that the smartphone does not fall out of the headset.
- Adjustable lenses: it is possible to tweak the focus and adjust the lenses’ position thanks to a focus wheel.
- Preview Reel: the View-Master Deluxe VR Viewer comes with QR codes to provide access to demo apps.
- Resistant, kid-friendly design: according to the manufacturer, the headset and smartphone may withstand accidental falls.
- Audio adapter (optional): it is possible to use headphones with this Google Cardboard viewer.
Mattel View-Master Deluxe price
This cheap VR headset is available at the manufacturer price of $39,99 (see on Amazon).
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|Price The prices we display are estimates and can differ from the actual market prices. Prices vary by resellers and countries.||$ 3934 €31 £4,118 ¥|
|Field of view (FOV)||98°|
|Room scale The device is able to precisely position itself in 3D within a given room volume. Also called 6DoF.||—|
|360° tracking The minimum capability required to produce an immersive experience. Also called 3DoF.||Yes|
|Positional tracking Positional tracking allows the device to precisely position itself.||—|
|Built-in front camera A front facing cameras allows to see the real world without taking the device off.||—|
|Eye tracking Tracking the user’s gaze to improve image sharpness and detail specifically where the user is looking.||—|
|Hand tracking Hand tracking allows direct interactions with hand gestures, without requiring controllers.||—|
|Usable with glasses||—|
|Screen size (mobile)||4 - 6 inches|
|OS (mobile)||Android, iOS|
|Weight||790 g27.87 oz|
|Micro SD Card||—|