The HelmetVR is said to be the world’s first VR sim dashing protective cap and maybe a definitive in VR sim hustling overabundance, joining a genuine Arai hustling cap with an Oculus Rift headset. The custom headset originates from FormulaVR, a Netherlands-based, top of the line sim fix maker.
It is in some cases guaranteed that VR headsets give a comparative field of view to a hustling protective cap. This is erroneous, as the fringe vision determination for a cap that agrees to the Snell SA2015 standard (as required by the FIA) has an even freedom of “no less than 180 degrees”, far more extensive than the 100 degrees-or-lower FOV offered by current-era VR headsets. All things considered, coordinating a Rift into a genuine protective cap has a few advantages – clearly giving the reasonable impression of wearing a cap, additionally adjusting the heaviness of the headset all the more uniformly over the head. Consolidated with an encompass sound framework, the recreation’s sound yield would likewise be separated sensibly before it achieved the driver’s ears.
The HelmetVR is “high quality to arrange in a constrained arrangement”, beginning at €2459 and this cost is barring VAT and other Shipping charges. As indicated by the HelmetVR site, “utilizing a protective cap gives an additional measurement and particular sensations to a driver’s head, adding reality to any reproduction”. Utilized as a part of blend with FormulaVR’s F-VR1 movement fix, as exhibited in the video, there is without a doubt some truth to the announcement, as it would finish the bundle – wearing a full race suit, sitting in a sensibly molded cockpit with the right driving position, working top of the line sim equipment. In case you’re going that far, why not?
For the normal home client with a haggle sim setup in any case, this is somewhat superfluous, and utilizing a VR headset alone is more down to earth. Utilizing a full cap may adjust the weight better, however it would likewise be considerably more blazing amid long sessions, and the plan seems to make it significantly more hard to rapidly look at something in this present reality.