As of tomorrow and until Saturday, the Renault dealer showrooms of Spain will open their doors to the public to test drive two vehicles: the Renault Clio Dinamique dCi 90 CV edc, and the Renault Captur Zen dCi 90 CV edc.
Furthermore the first 100 visitors will receive a gift Renault VR virtual reality headset.
And what exactly is an Renault VR headset?
It’s a virtual reality headset, similar to a pair of glasses, suitable for smartphones between 5 and 6 inches, that completely covers your field of view, isolating the viewer from their surrounding environment.
The specially designed Renault VR app works inside the headset, duplicating the screen and creating an enlargened a 3d effect when viewed through the lens.
By utilising a smartphone and it’s giroscope to control the head movement, the viewing experience mimicks your head movement so you can see all around you.
The app contains a general navigation offering three menu options: Renault Captur 3D, Renault Technology and a Skill game.
When the app starts, the viewer is presented with the three games on a background and can make a selection by holding the gaze on the game for three seconds and exit by turning the headset 90º.
The first game, Renault Captur 3D displays the entire exterior of the vehicle.
In the second game, Renault Technology, the perspective is from inside the vehicle where any of the three signs selected will trigger video replays.
Lastly, in the third Skills game, the viewer is prompted to play an avoid the obstacle game with subtle head tilt movements.
Download the Renault VR app today from renault.droiders.com
During this technological national event, in addition to offering Renault VR headset and vehicle test drives, Renault is allowing the public to try the Parrot Drone Mini Jumping Sumo at it’s dealerships.