The best VR headsets: The virtual reality race is on

Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Gear VR, HTC Vive…things are heating up
The best VR headsets

Virtual reality is here – 2016 is the year when the likes of Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and the HTC Vive take the medium mainstream. And it's well on its way.

For the uninitiated, VR is an immersive experience in which your head movements are tracked in a three-dimensional world, making it ideally suited to games and even movies.

Explained: How does VR actually work?

While VR was a non-starter back in the 90s, developers are now creating mind-blowing experiences that look set to revolutionise gaming and entertainment.


But what are the best VR headsets and which one should you choose? We've put together the definitive selection of the most gob-smackingly awesome devices just waiting to be strapped to your face.

Read on for the full list…

HTC Vive

The HTC Vive, is the Steam VR headset made in collaboration with Valve, the makers of legendary gaming series Half Life, and it hit shops in April.

The HTC Vive plugs into PCs and work with Valve's mammoth gaming ecosystem. It packs in 70 sensors to offer 360 degree head-tracking as well as a 90Hz refresh rate; the stat that's key to keeping down latency, which is the technical term for the effect that causes motion sickness. Thankfully, that wasn't an issue in our review time.

Essential reading: Best HTC Vive games

However, the key to the HTC Vive's success is the Lighthouse room tracking that enables you to move around with the headset on. It means mounting some sensors in your home, but the effect is next level. Check out our HTC Vive review to see how.

Out now, $799, htcvive.com

Oculus Rift

Best VR headsets

Oculus Rift is the headset that started the current hysteria. Developed by Palmer Luckey, funded via Kickstarter and snapped up by Facebook for a cool $2 billion, the Rift plugs into your computer's DVI and USB ports and tracks your head movements to provide 3D imagery on its stereo screens.

The consumer edition Rift uses a 2160 x 1200 resolution, working at 233 million pixels per second, with a 90Hz refresh rate. It's high tech stuff, which matches the HTC Vive for refresh rate, but lags behind PlayStation VR. However, given its access to the power of latest PCs, it will be pushing a lot more pixels than Sony's headset.

Essential reading: Best Oculus Rift games

Oculus Rift has had some shipping delays, but the headset is finally arriving in homes. The Oculus Touch controllers however, are slated to arrive later in the year, so you'll have to settle for an Xbox One controller in the box. Be sure to read our definitive Oculus Rift review for more details.

Out now, $599, oculus.com

Sony PlayStation VR

We finally have a launch date for the PlayStation VR headset: 13 October 2016.

A new version was announced at GDC 2015 and gone is the 5-inch LCD display of the original prototype; in its place a 5.7-inch OLED one which enables low persistence, which should mean less motion blur. The display's refresh rate has also been ramped up to 120Hz, making 120fps gaming a real possibility.

The reported latency issues of Morpheus Mk1 have been addressed, with a new 18ms reading, and tracking accuracy has been tweaked with a total of nine LEDs now aiding the positional awareness of the headset.

Essential reading: Best PlayStation VR games

With its low price and pre-Christmas on-sale date, PlayStation VR has the chances to go big – even if by its own admission, the tech isn't up to the standards of its competitors. Check out our early PlayStation VR review for more information.

Out 13 October 2016 $399, sony.com

Samsung Gear VR

The Samsung Gear VR is actually Oculus Rift lite, given that the two companies collaborated for the technology.

The Gear VR is simply a case that uses a Samsung Galaxy smartphone as its processor and display. The handset simply slots in front of the lenses, into a Micro USB dock, and uses its Super AMOLED display as your screen. Slot in the phone, stick on the headset and you're into your virtual reality experience. The only catch is that you must use a Samsung handset.

Check them out: Best Samsung Gear VR experiences and games

We're not going to lie, the visuals are a little grainy. Like you're looking at your phone with a magnifying glass – which essentially you are. But there are huge benefits.

It's already added a host of games plus a whole marketplace of VR video content called Milk VR, and in terms of content is one of the best platforms out there.

Then there's the price: The Samsung Gear VR is available for just $99, which is just ludicrous value. It's just a shame you need a Samsung handset to take advantage. Read our full Samsung Gear VR review for more detail.

$99, samsung.com | Amazon

Google Cardboard

The best AR and VR headsets

Not to be outdone, Google announced its Cardboard virtual reality headset at I/O 2014 and unveiled version 2 at the 2015 conference. Popping a smartphone into a cardboard container and then strapping it to your head may sound like a joke, but it actually works and it could become a low-cost way to experience virtual reality.

After all, your smartphone contains all the necessary gyroscopic sensors and positioning systems to accurately track your head movements. Related is Durovis' Dive, which is essentially the same thing made of higher quality and more sweat-resistant materials.

With the popularity of Cardboard, Google decided it would release an even better one. Called Daydream, the device is pretty much a Gear VR but apparently there's a whole slew of Android phones getting revamped to provide a better VR experience with Daydream. Companies making the handsets will also likely release their own mobile headsets.

There's no official date for its release except an estimate for this fall. We'll update the list to see if the Google VR headset - or any others running the Daydream platform - makes the cut then.

Take a look at the best Google Cardboard VR apps and games.

$16.99 | Amazon

Microsoft HoloLens

Not a copycat of the big VR headsets, Microsoft HoloLens blends virtual and half augmented reality to make one of the most ambitious launches ever planed. The device merges real-world elements with virtual 'holographic' images, meaning you can look at your Minecraft world on your kitchen table, or walk around the surface of Mars in your living room.

Using Kinect-style tech to recognise gestures and voice commands, the headset has a 120-degree field of vision on both axes, and is capable of 'high definition' visuals, but it's still a letterbox compared to the likes of Oculus and Vive. More importantly, however, there's no connection to a PC – a full Windows 10 system is built into the headset and runs off a battery. No, we can't wait to see how long that lasts either.

The Development Edition is available now for Windows Insider members with a price tag of $3,000.

$3,000, microsoft.com

Meta 2

Meta had a developer kit of its augmented reality headset in 2013 but it's the Meta 2 that's really caught our attention. It looks similar to HoloLens with its large shape and helmet-like design, but second-gen headset offers a larger field of view than any other AR headset out and on the way.

At 90 degrees, its three times bigger than the original Meta, and its 2560 x 1440 display plus positional tracking allowing your hands to interact with what you see makes for a very promising device.

But like most AR headsets, it's not cheap and it hasn't officially released yet. To get your hands on a Meta 2, it'll cost $949 and won't ship until Q3 2016.

$949, metavision.com

Razer OSVR HDK 2

Razer's OSVR isn't a rival to the likes of Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and Samsung Gear VR. Instead, it's intended to make life easier for developers to make applications for VR hardware, without technical (software and hardware) limitations getting in their way.

There's even a newer headset out aptly called the OSVR Hacker Developer Kit 2. It's got better hardware specs this time around with 2160 x 1200 dual OLED display putting it right up against the big names. However, there's still some comfort issues to work through. As the name says, the headset still remains open source, allowing third parties to do whatever they want with it.

We have already seen plenty of third parties getting involved to help develop new features, including gesture tracking with a Leap Motion faceplate in the past.

Previously on sale to developers, the general public can now order the first dev kit direct through Razer, although the company is keen to stress that it's still not a consumer product and, as such, only has a 30 day warranty. The second headset is available July this summer.

HDK 2 $399, HDK 1 $299.99razerzone.com

FOVE VR

FOVE VR differs from the likes of Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR because it offers interactive eye-tracking. Inside the headset is an infrared sensor that monitors the wearer's eyes; offering both a new control method and an edge on its competitors when it comes to realism.

With FOVE, simulated depth-of-field is possible, due to the system knowing exactly what you're looking at, and as a result, the virtual should appear more real.

It's also the ultimate VR lovechild, thanks to investment from Samsung Ventures, Fove claims it will use HTC's Lighthouse tech for full on room tracking. It's not the only deal that Fove and signed: it also makes use of the Wear VR software platform and is compatible with Unity, Unreal, and Cryengine game engines.

From $349, getfove.com

Zeiss VR One Plus

Like the Samsung Gear VR and the previous Zeiss One, the hardware power for the second-gen Zeiss branded headset comes from your smartphone. Unlike Sammy's effort, however, you're not tied to just one mobile with the Zeiss VR One Plus; it will play ball with any iOS or Android handset with the latest model allowing larger sizes between 4.7 and 5.5 inches (it previously only fit phones up to 5.2 inches).

It packs a media player for the likes of pictures and YouTube videos and an AR app for augmented experiences, while the open source Unity3D SDK (iOS and Android) means there's plenty of scope for development. The company is also pushing for drone enthusiasts to pick up the One Plus headset as a means to fly and see from a bird's eye view - in VR.

What's more, with lens maker Zeiss doing the optics, VR One Plus definitely has promise - however the second iteration is only available in Europe right now.

Zeiss VR One Plus, €129zeiss.comZeiss VR One $129.99, Amazon

Avegant Glyph

Best VR headsets to buy

The majority of these headsets are large and heavy, but Avegant's Glyph is both sleeker and smaller than the pack. Its svelte size is due to its display technology: rather than using conventional smartphone-like screens to present imagery, it uses an array of micro mirrors to reflect an image directly into your retina.

The Glyph can be worn like a pair of headphones until you pull the screen down over your eyes, where you can enjoy 1280 x 720 for each eyeball. And while it's limited to a 45 degree field of view, the micro mirror array is said to reduce motion sickness and eye fatigue.

$699, avegant.com

Freefly VR headset

Freefly's VR headset looks dorkier than most, thanks to those 'wings', but who cares? It's now compatible with the 200+ Google Cardboard apps, plus it rocks 42mm lenses and a 120-degree field of view while faux leather helps to keep things comfortable. It fits any smartphone with a screen between 4.7in and 6.1in, which is admittedly less than an Archos headset but still covers most flagships in 2016.

As well as featuring head-tracking via your phone's accelerometer, one point of difference over the cheapest options is that Freefly comes with an odd little controller, named Glide, that you hold in one hand. It saves you the cost of buying a Bluetooth peripheral, though we've got to say we prefer a two-handed controller for gaming.

$74.70, freeflyvr.com | Amazon


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105 Comments

  • IONVR says:

    How about the ImmersiON-VRelia products? Rated "Best of CES 2015" by GamBit magazine and winner for "Best designed VR-Headset" by VR-iPhone.com?

    Thanks.

    • Prantha says:

      Excellent question!

    • Endritibabloki1 says:

      Best VR.......... STARVR.......

  • Sari says:

    Looks like next big thing in technology is virtual reality and already there are many products coming up. http://techliveinfo.com/

  • Sari says:

    Hope VR field gets its boost. 

  • romz says:

    How about this http://pcardboard.com/3d-virtual-reality-helmet-medium 3D Virtual reality Helmet?

    Is it really works? I heard what its the same as Oculus but cheaper just using smartphone. Who tried already?

  • Shanon says:

    Shame, shame! 

    virtual reality is for sinners. Jesus is all you need. What's next, virtual brothels? Shame, shame, shame.

    • Goose says:

      With your line of thinking please refrain from using any electronic devices as they are all sinning facilitation devices. In all honestly, your mind seems to be the one considering sin rather than revolutions in remote surgeries, space exploration, education, travel, emergency rescue, entertainment (including brothels) and much more...

      • videogames69 says:

        excuse me but lets just remember that the bible said that we should kill homosexuals and non believers but then you can realize not everyone is going to buy a $600 vr set to watch porn the people who use them use them for videogames to try to feel like they are the character they are playing as

        • -12SwAgGuY12- says:

          THE BIBLE SAID WE SHOULD BE KIND TO THEM AND TRY TO TELL THEM WUT THEY ARE DOING IS SCREWED UP 

        • DigitalAge89 says:

          for a so called Christian your mindset goes straight to Virtual Porn when everyone else in this feed are thinking of gaming and virtual reality classes especially in medicine. Hmmm... Looks like you should go back to church and have that mind cleansed again.

      • Bull-Bear says:

        Brothels? Where are the brothels?

        • immersed says:

          pornhub lol

    • PhillisStien says:

      Great idea!

    • mikeg7385 says:

      Wow your a ignorant fuc.k

      • slimjim says:

        I think you mean "you're". You would make a strong case if you used the correct spelling. Ignorance is acceptable the first time. Stupidity is not.

        • Harukon says:

          WERE DO PEOPLE LIKE YOU POP OUT FROM !!!!!!

          • eroe says:

            i think you mean "where"... <grin>

            • Sayato says:

              Bakk oph uv hem. Knot ull uv us ksan u-ford spell-chek!

              • Bull-Bear says:

                I think you mean: "Back the F up you vermin. Not all of us can afford spell-check!"

                I feel your pain. Keep on truckin' broheem.

          • SirensSong says:

            From their mothers. And if you trace that back through the eons - from Ugg from cave by stream.

    • coltonb13 says:

      Not brothels, but VR porn is already here. Sorry.

    • unforgiven says:

      if that's the case then you need to get off the internet right now, sell all your possessions and follow him instead of  being a hypocrite trying to preach

    • unforgiven says:

      Well if that's the case you better get off the internet quick. Sell off all your possessions and follow him instead preaching what you obviously don't practice.

      • whatevah says:

        wanna try that again...? 

    • deattoms says:

      Oh how sad Shanon that you are stuck in the Dark Ages and in the mindset of a religion thrust upon this world by the ancient Romans as a last ditch effort to try to regain control of their dying empire. Put all that behind you....come with us! We are the ones headed into the New Age. An age devoid of fear, hate and intolerance of those that are different from you. We are the happy ones - discovering new technologies, new paths and new worlds - the sky is the limit and the universe is our playground. If that which created the universe didn't want us to have or discover all of these wonderful new toys then it wouldn't be so - nothing exists without the creator's approval. It must be such a terrible thing to live in that world of fear all the time!

    • videogames69 says:

      their are over 500,000 people who have vr headsets not to watch porn but to immerse themselves in the world the character is in like the far cry franchise or arma2 or dayz they use it for videogames and not porn and if you think vr is bad listen to your own bibles words

      deuteronomy 13:6-9  “If your brother, the son of your mother, your son or your daughter, the wife of your bosom, or your friend who is as your own soul, secretly entices you, saying, ‘Let us go and serve other gods,’ which you have not known, neither you nor your fathers, not consent to him or listen to him, nor shall your eye pity him, nor shall you spare him or conceal him he shall be put to death, your hand should be the first in putting him to death and afterward the hand of all the people.

    • starlord says:

      id rather go to a real one.   just sayin

    • Halex says:

      Virtual Jesus ?

    • Sayato says:

      I hope you're joking.The terms "virtual reality "and "virtual brothels" share only the word "virtual". I pray to God that you're joking. It's 2016.

    • Brethren says:

      I agree, Sharon. The kikes are pushing the limits.

    • rich2 says:

      Shanon Its all made up, life is forever God is everything, there is no sin just outcomes to your actions. God lives life though all of us and no part of God can ever be lost or castaway because everything is God. Hell does not exist only the hell  people  make for themselves because they don't over stand who and what they are because they have heard a lot of bad things about God. People think God will cast them into fire for all eternity, this is nonsense and very impossible because everything is God. We are all the physical manifestation of God, just different aspects of the same thing. God is the man in the car driving past your home, God is the child playing at the park, God is the wind that blows and the grass that grows. You are not separate from God you and God is one thing. Please try to respect the God energy in everything and move on from the primitive ideas about God and who you are. Life repeats itself because all there is is life. Live without fear and have give lots of LOVE for all, have a good life Shanon.           

    • RU4Real says:

      Isn't religion a virtual reality anyway? Whether Christian, Muslim or other, just a way to control masses and excuse the worst atrocities history has ever recorded. Oh, I forgot it depends on which religion you choose to determine what sins and what doesn't! Those who preach are the biggest hypocrites since they are the ones who feel it necessary to push their opinions and beliefs onto others effectively segmenting society and creating the divisions we so often see around us today. Boo to you Shanon!!!!

    • Saaaarcasm says:

      Wow, the comments... Ever heard of sarcasm people ?..

    • duck_manson says:

      I would chose porn over Jesus any day. Jesus is for children and idiots.

    • Infinitus says:

      Don't fret. You can visit a virtual Church, listen to virtual sermons, drink virtual wine, read a virtual bible, and pray to your virtual God. Praise the Lord VR.

  • Nic says:

    How can you miss out Homido??

  • branman93 says:

    JUST THINK OF EVERYONE AT HOME THAT GETS A CONSTANT DISTRACTION AND CAN NEVER GET FULLY INTO THE GAME. THEY JUST CANT FOCUS SO WHY NOT BRING THEM INTO A SURROUND SOUND IN YOUR FACE, GAMING HEADSET THAT BLOCKS OUT NOISE AND LIGHT FROM THE OUTSIDE. JUST PICTURE PLAYING PER SAY A RPG GAME LIKE SKYRIM AND OF INSTEAD OF WATCHING IT FROM A DISTANCE ON A TV SCREEN BRING IT CLOSER SO THATS ALL YOU CAN SEE NOTHING ELSE . THATS WHAT GAMING SHOULD BE ACTUALLY FEEL LIKE YOUR THERE IN THE GAMEJUST NOT PLAYING .

  • Swtr says:

    what are your thoughts on starvr

    • sonny says:

      yea, i was missing it in the list, too.

    • ajdasldhnaksd says:

      my thoughts thar your stupid and ugky

  • kenavith says:

    My love this 

  • norazlin says:

    Does anyone know whether I can tie in the VR goggles with my Architectural Walk through of an apartment?

    • MaxIlse says:

      I would try to create an architectural model (e.g. in SketchUp) and import the model in Unity3D.

  • Rizen says:

    (sigh) why not just use all of their resources and put them together so that way VRMMOs will become reality faster.

    • Demortes says:

      Competition brings about better stuff for consumers. Monopolies not so much. I get what you mean, but one solution doesn't fit all.

      • ExiHyp says:

        There is no actual competition. It's just the left and the right hands of the same body, to make an impression of a competition.

      • Steamerandy says:

        On one point I agree. On smart phone vr apps anyway. The use of controllers needs to be addressed. The controler options button maping, magnet or keyboard should by configurable. Some apps move in the direction you look. You can't look around to see were you might won't to go without moving in the direction you are look8ng. Others allow game controler to be used. Most intuitive is strafe, forward and back. Joy stick movement relative to view direction. We shouldn't have to be turing around in an our real environment that we cannot see with the headset on to control our orientation in the vr environment.  I originally purchased a cheap plastic cardboard headset. Just upgraded to a FreeFly headset. The field of view and optics were well worth it.  The.android app Halls Of Fear is a good example of controller use.

  • garymatt says:

    Am I the only one?  Sure the best finest most wonderful game in VR would be fantastic BUT for years and I do mean years I have lusted after what surely must be for sale somewhere by somebody: A computer connected head worn device that would just let you watch movies in big screen splendor, sound included.  Even strapping a phone to your face embedded in cardboard seems possible.  If only getting movies to phones weren't such hassle that has to be repeated for every movie.

    Griping aside, is there such a beast and I am just too out of touch to be able to find it? Oh yeah, preferably costing less than a Ferrari.

    GaryMatt


    • Aussiedog says:

      That's what the Avegant Glyph does among other things.

    • Aussiedog says:

      That is what the Avegant Glyph does, as well as VR applications.

    • jwatson says:

      KODI  ;)

  • scalibur says:

    why do I feel like this is turning into another pc vs console, Microsoft vs apples...., and Xbox vs Playstation vs nintendo vs steam vs nvidia kind of thing. I don't feel good about this. Sorry guys, I am happy it's finally happening, but this is going to be hairy the first year with all the competition, die hard fans, and most likely esclusivity of softwares or apps. 

  • Kaushik says:

    What about the people wearing spectacles. Will the device as mentioned above fit well with the spectacles on?

    Would be grateful for your response.

    • coltonb13 says:

      i can only speak for Samsung VR and id assume the other high end ones do as well. There is an adjustable knob to put it into focus. Im blind as a bat, an my gf 20/20, 3sec slide of a jnob and we both see perfectly 

    • sindrirune says:

      I was wondering the same thing and read some offer adjustable lens to help with those of us that wear glasses.... I just wanted to find a pair of VR glasses for my nephew who loves to watch movies on my iPhone 6 Plus.... He is also into Mind Craft... So this idea was to keep him happy when he visits. Of course most of our time is spent playing outdoors and enjoying nature ... Balance is important

  • GrtwWhtBuffalo says:

    Why cant they just make a screen that i strap to my face that i can play my PC games on with a normal ass controller? no vr or head tracking. just something simple and inexpensive.

  • Johnk says:

    How about StarVR ?

  • MistaP says:

    This is a fast-moving field - and in 2 months this article is out of date. I just ordered the Samsung Gear VR for $99. With the 4K screen on my Note 5 and an iPEGA bluetooth controller for $30, I'm looking forward to the VR age - arriving next week!

    • codah says:

      Note 5 is not 4K

      • Grimreaper364 says:

        I believe it's 1440p which is excellent for the Gear VR.

  • Lisa says:

    Error in this article. Driving me crazy.  "Snapped by by Facebook"

  • Black_Swordsman says:

    I think the avegant glyph has won me over 

  • lorenzo says:

    Smartphone VR is bad VR.

    • copyitright says:

      Atleast it gives you a sneak peek into the VR world without adding much costs.

    • fishstick says:

      learn some grammar honeyy.

  • sparkz says:

    I like the thinking behind the Vove but looking at the demo videos I notice the out of focus blurring doesn't seem that natural. Whilst "out of focus" objects are blurred internally, their edges are relatively sharp which makes the whole effect look weird IMHO.

  • Truegamer says:

    I think all of these VR gadgets are to VR what the Atari 2600 was to video game consoles back in the day. In other words, they're unwieldy, low-quality gadgets and hardly worth more than an eyebrow raise. In a few more years, they'll be ready for prime time. Right now, they're little more than novelties for those with more money than sense.

  • dougieconnor says:

    Why is no one mentioning Vuzix The iWear Video Headphones no VR in the Title but they are VR with HDMI input, built in android os. Not cheap but worth the price

  • howitis says:

    I agree that this VR tech was primarily invented for filth, just check out the way it's marketed in China , check taobao.com this ours like Chinese version of Amazon. Every VR head set is pictured alongside a hot girl and some even packaged together with sex toys.

  • elcami23 says:

    Does anybody know where we can find those? Buy or hire them? Any info would be useful. Thanks in advance.

  • Manoj says:

    Can I have any VR Kit for my 8 inch samsung tablet....?

  • wavemaker says:

    I lke VR! How Can I do? 

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • fishstick says:

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  • MusoStu says:

    Avegant Glyph is not a VR Headset

  • Glowzinski says:

    Well, I have all the game systems out.  I have a Mac.  The best new Mac Pro I could get.  After reading all the stuff I have read, on the VR things.  I am happy that I pre ordered the PS VR.  I have never had a problem with the motion controls for the system.  I do not have Windows 10.  If anything, I think of the three, PS VR will be on it's own.  The other two will be competing with one another.  Then, of those two, I really think the winner will be the HTC.  Requiring one to have Windows, just seems like a bad idea.  Right there, they limit those who can use them.  Plus, the computer you need to run the thing, limits it even more.  Same with the HTC thing.  I will get the PS VR.  If I like it, I will be happy to get newer ones from the company.

  • fb_10207144306 says:

    Theres only one race going on for VR headsets. Whos going bankrupt 1st? This is nothing but a kinect eye piece. expensive with no reason to exist. 

  • Theorn says:

    I got a gear VR for free with my new Samsung galaxy s7 edge. My girlfriend tells me that it's great, but it's a useless piece of tech for me. My IDP is wider than the fixed size of the headset, so all I see are blurry comet trails that completely destroy the image to the point that I can't make out anything more than vague shapes. Headsets with out adjustable idp are worthless and should considered as such. Are there any headsets that can access a host of apps that will allow adjustment of idp?

  • Xin2wu says:

    can't wait for newest development where the headset combines functionality that not only reduce eyes fatigue but can also detect retinas movement. Imagine using that kind of headset with something like kinect that detect our movement plus using them on games with something like Cyberith's. Playing Final Fantasy or Bokujou Monogatari will be awesome!!! How many years will that be....hm

  • Bria06 says:

    Awesome !

    I love the atmosphere and the soundtrack (Specially the fantasy side, kinda disney meets tim burton)

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.creanet3d.drc

  • shawmd62342 says:

    Remember folks,  Jesus saves!   He saved me proving He is real!

  • Nille2000 says:

    starVR!

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    Very nice list, checkout more at http://buycheapvr.net/

  • Barti says:

    Is the Razer VR kit works well with Steam and games like "Job SImulator"?

  • shanoabelnades says:

           looks like apple missed the boat...im going on samsung on this one~xoxo

  • thrikanth says:

    The quality is fine and the comfort level is good.

    But to open it while using every time to select smthing is a burden...and I feel I might damage it if I open it every single time..
    Overall, a fine VR for the price but they could have a better job.

    https://www.instagram.com/latestone/

  • PeteScoff says:

    All-In-One VR Headset on sale at $99.99!

    Link: http://promotion.geekbuying.com/promotion/v3_all_in_one_flash_deal

  • VirtualFred says:

    "Can't we all just get along?"

    "All V. R. Matters".

    Or, was it lives? Was that yesterday or last week? 

    "Burn your Bra's", ya, that's the ticket!

    "Don't wear White after Labor Day"...

    "A bird in the hand", is worth, a bird in your hand... What no bush?  Bush went away with Mustache Porn in the 80's. Get the sheers! 

    Stop,  I'm going blind from all of this Virtual Junk-Spanking.

    It is, what it is; what is it? Virtual Reality,  of course. . .

    I'm not really writing this and you're not really reading this. 

    Wake Up... Wake Up! You've been in a Virtual Coma. 

    If you went on a virtual camping trip and you woke up the next morning with your virtual asshole covered in virtual vasoline and in virtual pain..

    Would you tell anyone?  No, you say?    **Virtual Campers Wanted, see Dr. Mel Practice for details. 

    I amuse myself.  It's okay, I'll be here all week. Tip your virtual waitresses. 

  • Segahogzombie says:

    can we stop with "vr" its not the next big thing. too many Company's are scared to invest on something so pricey. The product is horrrible cause
    (The main product)
    1. the vr headset has no guts it has to take guts from your computer which normally people spend $200 or $300 for shitty 2.0 processor's (so this getting high number of sale is out of the option)

    (hardware)
    2. The controllers are just wii remotes, also its a headset with simple motion controls

    (Business)
    3. The device cost too much even more than a console which actually has guts not a fuckin screen in your face which cant even do that by itself without needing a monster ass computer

    In short "VR" is another failed product in the market

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