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Stereodrome is a minimal VR system, which is directly controlled by a stereo audio signal.
A soundtrack is all it takes to produce content for the device.
By presenting each eye with a colourfield interpretation of the corresponding left or right channel of the soundtrack, it offers an absolutely minimalist experience of binocular vision.

The refresh rate of the colours displayed by the device is much higher than that of a regular display. The visual effects perceived through it can therefore not be reproduced with video.

The current release is the first version of a USB viewer. The viewer can be made from cardboard and requires very few electronic components to be assembled, making it easy to build yourself. You do however require a computer and a custom-made software application to operate the device.
A standalone version of the Stereodrome device is in the making.