The Mira Prism is a strange product, intended to fill a gap that may or may not actually exist: the mid-tier AR market. The brand new startup is positioning the headset as the Gear VR or Google Daydream of augmented reality. It’s a fair comparison, as far as cost and utility are concerned — the $99 headset doesn’t feature any on-board electronics. It’s more or an… Read More
NYS Entity Status
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DECEMBER 11, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - MIRA 99 C & PLUS INC.
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Because few people are ready to part with $3,000 to try Microsoft's HoloLens version of augmented reality, we've been waiting for a cheaper solution — and now it's here, in the form of the Prism.
Developed by Los Angeles-based Mira, the device is to the HoloLens what the Samsung Gear VR is to the Oculus Rift. It's much, much cheaper, and more lightweight and portable, but don't expect the same kind of AR experience you'd get with the HoloLens.
And like the Gear VR, all you need to make it work is a smartphone — in this case the iPhone. I had a chance to test it out last week and it was impressive, although I had a hard time coming up with reasons I'd actually use it at this point. In addition to the headset (which is incredibly well-designed), you also get a separate controller that allows you to interact with AR games and objects. Read more...More about Virtual Reality, Vr, Augmented Reality, Ar, and Tech