The Best Of… VR Headsets

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Today's topic? Virtual Reality headsets. There has been buzz about virtual reality for years, and it won't be too long before virtual reality is a part of daily life. VR is still in its infancy, so there's no harm in waiting for the new headsets and content that are sure to come before the year is out. But if you're an early adopter wanting a piece of this super-cool tech, the options below are solid.

If you've been living in a cave lately, VR is an immersive experience in which your head movements are tracked in a 3D environment.

This means you can transport yourself into 360° environments and look around as you please...

...and it takes gaming to a whole new level of immersion.

Google Cardboard 2.0


The absolute simplest form of virtual reality is made out of nothing but a pair of plastic magnifying lenses and a sheet of cardboard, using a standard smartphone as a screen. It offers limited interactivity and is best suited for watching 360° video.

Purchase the Google Cardboard 2.0

VR Box 4.0


The VR Box is one of the top-selling VR headsets to come out of China. It's similar to Google Cardboard, but plenty more comfortable, since, well, it isn't made of cardboard. The optical adjuster on top allows you to move each lens forward, backward, left and right allowing you to get optimal focus. There aren't controls on the headset itself, so it ships with a small hand controller.

Purchase the VR Box 4.0

Zeiss VR One Plus


Since the core technology of a phone-powered VR headsets is essentially lenses - Optics specialist Zeiss entered the foray with its own virtual reality headset. The advantage of the VR One is compatibility - converting an iPhone or Android device into an immersive 3D experience. You'll just need the appropriate-sized tray to slide your phone into the headset. With a 100° field of view, detachable straps, and room for eye glasses worn within, the VR One provides a quality and comfortable virtual experience.

Purchase the Zeiss VR One Plus


HTC Vive Set

From ¥7,240.40

What differentiates HTC Vive is the freedom to roam around a room. HTC Vive uses IR sensors mounted on walls to map your location in the physical space, integrating this into the virtual space. You'll also need a big enough play space to make the most of it, or go all-out with a VR treadmill. Whether you're climbing Everest or fighting your way through a haunted house, you'll be blown away by the HTC Vive.

Purchase the HTC Vive Set

Oculus Rift CV1 Set


First launched as a Kickstarter project and then acquired by Facebook, Oculus Rift is one of the most exciting VR systems you'll find. The headset is loaded with sensors, offering a display for each eye and integrated headphones. It comes with a camera for additional movement detection, are better at blocking outside light and the controllers are far more suited for gamers.

Purchase the Oculus Rift CV1 Set

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