The first DreamMaker spa machine is up and running, but the biggest question remains
In December, DreamMaker Spa Machines Inc., the company behind the machines, unveiled its first product: a 3D-printed DreamMaker machine that can be attached to a person’s head and create an artificial dream.
The DreamMaker system, which is about the size of a small house, has a screen that is connected to a camera, where the user can see a 3-D representation of the image they are looking at, as well as the image projected on the screen.
The device is not yet compatible with the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, but DreamMaker says it is working on a way to do so.
DreamMaker, founded in 2008, makes and sells the DreamMaker Machine, a 3d printer that can make your own head-mounted virtual reality (VR) experience.
In the video above, you can see the machine’s construction, and the Dream Maker logo on the front of it.
“DreamMaker Machine is a new technology that is uniquely designed to be attached onto the face of a person,” said Andrew Zemmer, the company’s chief operating officer.
“It’s a head-like device that’s designed to give you the most immersive virtual reality experience possible.”
The company has made other head-based products, like the Dreammaker Headband, a headset that can create a 3rd person-like virtual reality image, and DreamMaker Headphones, a pair of headphones that can project images on a person, with a camera on the back.
The company said the DreamMakers were the first 3D printed headsets in the world to be able to be placed on the face.
The machine’s creators said they were inspired by the virtual reality experiences the device was designed to deliver, like watching a virtual reality film in real time.
“In the future, it is possible to have a 3 D printer attach to your head to create an immersive virtual world in the real world,” Zember wrote on his company’s website.
“This means that a person can feel their virtual world on the inside of their head, and can be immersed in it as a result.”
The DreamMaker machine can also create an 3D model of your face, and then you can view that in the device’s front-facing camera, while the device projects the image on the monitor’s screen.
However, it’s still not compatible with Oculus Rift.
DreamMakes first product, a prototype, was unveiled on January 6.
It was a small prototype that was made from 1.4 millimeters (0.4 inches) of material, and it was intended to be used as a demonstration machine for the DreamMachine headset.
In a statement on its website, DreamMaks CEO Paul Riedl said that the Dream Makers prototype “was not ready to be marketed, but will be shortly.”
He added that the company had made the Dream Machine smaller, and that the final product would have a wider, more natural-looking appearance.
The original DreamMaker project was designed by the company in 2008.
In 2010, Dream Maker announced a Kickstarter campaign for the machine.
On January 6, it raised $5.3 million in $2.2 million funding.
The campaign was the largest ever in the history of Kickstarter.
On Monday, Dreammaker released a statement that said it was “working with partners on the design of a final product, which will be a more natural and wearable experience.”
“We are confident in our design and the design process we have initiated and we are confident that the end result will be the most natural and immersive experience for our customers,” it said.
Zemming added that he was confident the Dream Machines prototype would be able “to be a reality in the coming years.”
The next big hurdle, according to the company, will be finding a way for consumers to purchase the Dreammakers and make it into a production machine.
He said that DreamMaker has been “pursuing other manufacturing partners, including a variety of manufacturers, to get their products into our facility to test the manufacturing process.”
In addition to being able to produce the Dreammachine, DreamMachine also plans to manufacture a variety other products, including headbands and headphones.
“Our current focus is on building out a network of distributors in the US and Europe, to bring DreamMaker to more consumers,” Zommer said.
“We hope that the partnership with DreamMaker will allow us to continue our development of products that will expand the Dream maker’s reach.”
The device itself has a price tag of $2,999.99, according in its Kickstarter campaign.
But there are several caveats to the price tag.
The price will only be available to backers who order through Kickstarter, and backers will have to pay a $10 shipping fee if they want to return the device.
The system is currently available in the United States only, but it is looking to expand to other countries.
The manufacturer said the machine would be available in spring of 2021. The second