Your questions answered
Q: Will this work with my phone?
A: The VR KiX are designed to work with phones with screen sizes from 3″ to 6″. They will work with all iPhones (even the iPhone 6 plus). We have tested it with Samsung phones as large as the Note 4, and they all work. For larger phones, you may have to remove your case.
Q: What size are the lenses?
A: The lenses are 33mm.
Q: What is the focal length?
A: The focal length of the lens is the distance between the lens and the image sensor when the subject is in focus. The focal length of the VR KiX is 60mm.
Q: What is the Field of View?
A: The field of view (also field of vision, abbreviated FOV) is the extent of the observable world that is seen at any given moment. The FOV of the VR KiX is 85%.
Q: Is the adjustment different for each eye?
A: No, the focal adjustment will adjust both eyes at the same time.
Q: Is there a calibration QR Code?
Q: Does it have a hole for a smartphone camera?
A: Yes. The front faceplate is removable and exposes the phones camera.
Q: Can these be worn with glasses?
A: VR KiX can be used with eyeglasses. The fit will vary depending on factors such as the size of your glasses.
Q: Can the pupil and focal length be adjusted?
A: Yes. The lens depth and pupil distance are both fully adjustable.
Q: Does this have a control using NFC or magnet?
A: No, the VR KiX does not utilize magnets or NFC tags.
Q: Do these work with Cardboard?
A: Yes, the VR KiX will work with Cardboard apps. Our headset does not have magnets, so you may have to remove your phone and/or headset to click within the app. An alternative to that would be to connect a bluetooth controller.
Q: Is there an earphone socket?
A: The vents on the side allow for earphones to be plugged in.
Q: Does this come with a carrying case?
A: The VR KiX comes with a lightweight but durable bag with a drawstring closure. It can accommodate the VR KiX and several other accessories.
Q: What is the myopia rating?
A: These are suitable for under 600 degrees (6 diopters) of myopia. (FYI – Myopia is nearsightedness. Vision is blurry in the distance but clear when looking up close. Myopia over 6 diopters is considered high, over 8 is severe and over 12 is extreme. Most people with myopia are below 6 diopters.)
Q: How can I become a distributor for VR KiX?
A: Please contact us - Tel: 226-781-0828 Email: email@example.com