Nekuda is proud to be involved with the design and development of the recently launched Occipital Bridge, a new headset for Apple devices that can do more than any other mobile VR headset currently available.
“Rather than modding existing headsets with extra cameras, Bridge is a mobile headset designed for use with Apple’s iPhone 7, 6, and 6s. The device features its own structure sensor mounted on top of a fairly traditional-looking phone-based headset. Rather than an open slot to allow camera access to the real world, Bridge has an adjustable lens that augments the iPhone camera’s field of view up to 120 degrees.” (from Engadget)
The Occipital Bridge can be seen on :
Kudos to Neurolief for introducing us with this breakthrough product and getting the EC mark. Nekuda’s decade-long experience with consumer medical design allowed us to provide end-to-end knowledge and skills that helped Neurolief create the most successful version of their product. For more info visit : https://neuronewsinternational.com/migraine-treatment-ce-mark-neurolief/?fbclid=IwAR1zU_yGTOFLjZvwcnBVC3t1RWTyCYy9bskQBZEHvwOf2FYBbv_lqJgOSQc
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