The creators of the Cmoar viewer, which was a huge success on Kickstarter at the beginning of the year, have published a video of the virtual cinema application, Cmoar Cinema.
The virtual cinema looks phenomenal, and there is already a demo to try it on Google Play, as well as a paid version so that those who have not supported the Cmoar Kickstarter campaign can enjoy it with any other smartphone adapter. According to them, it has such interesting features as network connection, dynamic lighting, support for all movie formats (mp4, mkv, avi, mov and ogg among others), automatic download of subtitles and posters, voice search and the possibility of watching YouTube videos in 2D and 3D.
On the other hand, the Cmoar viewer, initially scheduled for delivery in June, will take two more months to reach the backers due to a Kickstarter delay in sending them the money raised (to date they have received 2/3 of the total). But there is no harm in not coming, since Cmoar is testing the incredible Wearality lenses with 150º FOV and they are comparing them with the ones they were developing to make a decision that they will inform us about shortly. So, we will have to wait until the end of the summer to receive our visor, but the delay could be very worthwhile.