7 VR Headsets Turn Crazy Idea A Reality

Virtual reality is an experience in which your head movements are tracked in a three dimensional world. It can simulate bits of our world through high-performance computers and sensory equipment.

Things go crazy. You still can’t set foot on Mars although the news and debate about Mars heated. You’ll never play pro-basketball in Madison Square Garden. Maybe you’ll racing a F1 car in racing field. But virtual reality won’t let you down. Gaming, entertainment, airline pilots training, surgeons, etc. You might be able to do all things above, even more.

Get ready? Virtual reality is coming.

  1. Microsoft HoloLens. A half virtual and half augmented reality product. It merges real world elements with virtual holographic images, which means you can read news feed in bedroom walls or land on Mars surface.

2. Oculus Rift. One of the heated topics currently about virtual reality, which plugs into computer’s DVI and USB ports and tracks head movements to present a 3D imagery in screens.

3. Sony PlayStation VR. A 5.7-inch OLED improves motion blur. Refresh rate has been rocketed to 120 hz, which ensures 120fps gaming a possibility.

4. Samsung Gear VR. Powered by an Oculus Rift, one Samsung Galaxy smartphone as processor and display. It slots in front of the lenses, into a Micro USB dock, and uses its Super AMOLED display in screen.

5. HTC Vive. It plugs into PCs and work with Valve’s mammoth gaming ecosystem. 70 sensors packed, 360 degree head-tracking provided and 90Hz refresh rate offered. Besides, an accompanying “context aware controller” makes you can shoot, move and interact with virtual world.

6. FOVE VR makes use of the Wear VR software platform. Interactive eye-tracking is unique characteristic that differs from Oculus Rife. Infrared sensor implanted monitors a wearer’s eye. Simulated depth-of-field is possible.

7. Avegant Glyph. Sleeker and smaller. It uses an array of micro mirrors to present an image directly into retina, which makes 1,280 x 720 for each eyeball.

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