A tech startup is offering a virtual reality headset called the Takeda.
The Takedas is a small, lightweight headset that works like a head-mounted display for users.
The company is offering it for $399.99.
The headset is a wearable, not a full-fledged headset.
It works like an on-the-go virtual reality experience.
The goggles work by using a tiny amount of light to project images onto the user’s retina.
The company says it is aiming to provide this virtual reality to people who have trouble focusing on what is on the screen.
But this virtual experience has been made possible by the company’s Takedapro technology, which the company says can take full advantage of the human brain.
The Takedaray, which is not the same as the Tadea, is a head mounted display.
The headset uses sensors on the user that detect the orientation of the head, and then uses algorithms to adjust the position of the display.
It says the Tasedapro headset uses less energy than a full VR headset.
The glasses are designed to be worn on the face.
Takeda has been a startup for about two years.
It raised $8 million in a funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz in October 2016.
The startup is looking to scale its VR experience up to a consumer version.
Taken to its logical conclusion, the company said it has seen a tremendous amount of interest from investors and users.
The device is available for pre-order now, for a price of $399, and will be available for purchase on June 15.