The Homido Controller sports an “Xbox-like feel,” which should give consumers a good idea of what to expect. It works with both Android and iOS and has a detachable mount to hold a phone for when you’re playing a non-VR game.
The Homido 360-degree camera lets you capture 1080p video at 30 FPS. The app lets you preview the videos on your phone, then the converter software lets you convert the videos to a universal format for Facebook or YouTube so anybody can watch them.
You can get the Homido V2 at the official Homido website, the Best Buy website, or certain US-located Best Buy stores for $79.99. The Android and iPhone controllers will cost $39.99 and $59.99 respectively and the 360-degree camera will go for $199.99. Be sure to check out the full press release for all the details.