Play your favourite PC games in virtual reality without the expensive hardware.
- Featured in Gizmodo, IGN, Microsoft Insider
- Winner: ZEISS VR One App Contest
- Over 350,000 downloads
A high end Wifi AC router is highly recommended to get the best performance.
USB connection is not available on iOS devices.
Please review the help for performance tips and to solve common issues that can happen depending on hardware/software. For further assistance or bug reporting, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the forum at http://oddsheepgames.com/?page_id=208 for assistance.
► HOW IT WORKS
TrinusVR connects your iPhone to your PC, so you can play your favourite PC games in virtual reality (VR). We use the sensors in your phone for head tracking to give you an awesome VR gaming experience with a wallet friendly price tag. So strap on your VR headset and enter the TrinusVR!
Here's a quick video tutorial (note that Trinus has many options to customize the experience depending on the game):
• Works with all PC games including GTA, Elite Dangerous and Minecraft.
• Compatible with all headsets including Google Cardboard, Homido, FreeFly, VR One, GearVR, Durovis Dive.
• Wireless gameplay (or turbocharge performance with USB connection).
• Unlimited VR gameplay
► WHAT YOU NEED
• Headmount of choice (e.g. Google Cardboard, Homido, Freefly, VR One, etc.)
• Your iPhone
• Your Windows PC
• Free TrinusVR PC app (or games with native Trinus support)
► GETTING STARTED
Step 1: On your iPhone download the TrinusVR app.
Step 2: Grab the free TrinusVR PC app: http://trinusvr.com (or a game with native TrinusVR support)
Step 3: Follow our super simple Setup Guide.
Step 4: Strap on your headset and start playing!
► NEED SOME HELP?
• Check out our troubleshooting guide: http://trinusvr.com/help/troubleshooting/
• Pop along to our forum: http://oddsheepgames.com/?page_id=208
• Shoot us an email: email@example.com
This update is signed with Apple’s latest signing certificate. No new features are included.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
When it works, works well.
When I can get this application to work, it does work well. The lag isn't horrible, and the picture quality looks pretty decent. You can't connect via USB at the present moment, you're stuck with using the WiFi options which drops a connection frequently. You'll spend a lot of time having to constantly reconnect it. When USB is supported, the reliability of a wired connection, will, I suspect, correct this issue. In present state not recommended, but has potential.
Follow the guides and read EVERYTHING for best results.
If you follow the guides and everything you can almost make any pc compatible and play all the steam vr you want. But it is not perfect, due to the frequent crashes that stop all game play. I don’t really mind it that much though because I normally play at 720p on ultra with very little compression. This basically means that my tablet/laptop is pushing out 40+ mbs through its 5ghz hotspot. I do this because I have never been able to make a wired connection through my single 3.0 USB port on my i5 surface pro 4. I don’t really know the spacing between these crashes due to how I play for hours on end. *Remember to follow all guides and read everything for best results.* And don’t be too harsh because it is a good enough alternative to stand-alone headsets, with a nice viewer that is. I got the Blitz wolf v3 for 23$ and it’s amazing, so just look around he net for a headset to fit your needs. But idk for sure if my iPhone 7plus is helping out my performance much. Try the demo first to see how your phone will handle.
As good as it gets.
1.) install App on both devices
2.) plug and play
I played all my steam VR games in 100% VR and even non VR games in Steam Theater Mode. Some games won’t run well, especially the demanding ones. But I played extensively with Chess Ultra and Magicians Gambit in VR and had a super experience. There are other games I tried but couldn’t play due to motion sickness, but not because they couldn’t run.
I also tweaked the setting quite a bit trying different things. But it works right out of the App Store. I don’t recommend tweaking settings unless you know what your doing and why you are doing it.
It’s worth the price.
I will admit I stopped using for a few years since I purchased my Oculus Rift which is a must if you use VR a lot. You don’t want a hot phone radiating in your face for too long.
I started using it again because I’m developing VR experienced on the go with my laptop, and need a way to test it.
Huge thanks to the developers for helping us experience VR without the steep expense of a $300 - $1,000 headset!!!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.