Top 5 Best VR Headset 2016 | Top Virtual Reality Headsets Buy now





Daydream - Google VR



After sucess Google Cardboard, Google is launching virtual reality headset Daydream, a virtual reality



platform and a new VR headset.Google revealed its Daydream View handset as well as a number of apps and



games you'll be able to use on your Daydream-ready phone. Google also announced both the new Pixel and Pixel



XL smartphone will be the among the first handsets to be Daydream ready.



Daydream: Compatible phones



Google’s newest Pixel and Pixel XL,powered by Android 7.0 Nougat are the first Daydream-ready phones.



Sulon Q



Sulon Q headset powered by AMD Technology, with a full-blown PC inside.

Sulon Q claims tether-free all-in-one headset that combines AR, VR and spatial computing in a single device



i.e. tether-free, “wear and play” spatially-aware headset for VR and AR.



Sulon Q Specification and Features :



AMD FX-8800P processor with Radeon R7 graphics built in

Proprietary Sulon spatial processing unit (SPU)

8GB memory

256GB SSD storage

A 2,560x1,440-pixel resolution OLED display

3D spatial audio powered by GenAudio's AstoundSound

Built-in 3.5mm audio jack and custom spatially optimized Sulon Q earbuds

Dual noise-cancelling embedded microphones

Sensor package: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer

Microsoft Windows 10, plus AMD LiquidVR

Wireless keyboard and mouse are provided, plus it will work with any other Windows 10-compatible controllers



and joysticks

Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0

Two USB 3.0 ports



PlayStation VR



Sony PlayStation VR (Virtual Reality Headset) (PSVR) - PS4



Sony PlayStation VR (Virtual Reality Headset) (PSVR): OLED display: In exchange for the 5-inch LCD, the new



PlayStation VR headset is equipped with a 5.7-inch 1920 x RGB x 1080 resolution OLED display. This new



screen expands the field of view and enables low persistence, removes motion blur and flicker, both of which



build immersion and help deliver the sense of presence.



OLED display: In exchange for the 5-inch LCD, the new PlayStation VR headset is equipped with a 5.7-inch



1920 x RGB x 1080 resolution OLED display. This new screen expands the field of view and enables low



persistence, removes motion blur and flicker, both of which build immersion and help deliver the sense of



presence for the player.

120fps output: By adopting OLED, PlayStation VR now supports 120fps output, and is able to render 120 images



per second. Furthermore, via a system software update, all PS4 systems will handle native 120fps output when



connected to Morpheus. By combining the OLED display’s high refresh rate and the power of the PS4 system,



Morpheus produces amazingly smooth visuals and achieves the next level of immersion.

More accurate tracking and reduced latency: to make positional tracking more accurate with PlayStation



Camera, the new prototype has added three more LEDs to the headset for a total of nine. PlayStation VR



continues to support 360 degree tracking, and additional LEDs improve robustness and stability.



Additionally, the overall system has been optimized to reduce latency between the physical movement of a



player’s head and rendering on the headset’s screen.

User-friendly design: While inheriting the original visor style headset design that reduces the pressure on



the players’ face, the new Morpheus prototype features a single band and a quick release button, which makes



it easier for players to put it on and take it off. Other components have also been adjusted and configured



to make the headset lighter, so that players do not find the headset cumbersome or uncomfortable to use.



Developers will be able to use the new prototype to create PlayStation VR content for PS4, a robust and



well-defined platform that has sold over 20.2 million units*1 within 16 months of its launch. In addition to



the enhancements, the new prototype will continue to support 3D audio and social screen, a feature that



outputs the same gameplay that’s within the Morpheus headset to a TV so additional players can interact.



Furthermore, SCE will provide an SDK that converts 60fps images to output in 120fps, which will allow



developers to bring their content that was being developed on the prior prototype to the new Morpheus



prototype.



5.7” OLED screen



360 degree vision



120 frames per second



3D audio



Built in mic



PlayStation Camera



Precision tracking



DUALSHOCK 4



PlayStation Move motion controller







Oculus Rift



The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality headset developed and manufactured by Oculus VR.



Oculus Rift's advanced display technology combined with its precise, low-latency constellation tracking



system enables the sensation of presence.

Customizable, comfortable, adaptable, and beautiful, Rift is technology and design as remarkable as the



experiences it enables.

Every aspect of Rift was designed to be easy, inviting, and comfortable to use - and that extends to the VR



environment we've created as a starting point for your journeys.

Discover and download games across genres ranging from action RPGs, sci-fi shooters, mind-bending puzzle



games, and more - and play them from an entirely new perspective. Lucky's Tale is included with every Rift



purchase.

Windows PC and an internet connection are required for Oculus Rift





The Oculus Rift headset uses an OLED panel for each eye, each having a resolution of 1080×1200. These panels



have a refresh rate of 90 Hz and globally refresh, rather than scanning out in lines. They also use low



persistence, meaning that they only display an image for 2 milliseconds of each frame. This combination of



the high refresh rate, global refresh and low persistence means that the user experiences none of the motion



blurring or judder that is experienced on a regular monitor.It uses lenses that allow for a wide field of



view.The separation of the lenses is adjustable by a dial on the bottom of the device, in order to



accommodate a wide range of interpupillary distances. The same pair of lenses are used for all users,



however there are multiple facial interfaces so that the user's eyes can be positioned at a different



distance. This also allows for users wearing glasses to use the Rift, as well as users with widely varying



facial shapes.

Headphones are integrated, which provide real time 3D audio effects. This was developed from technology



licensed from RealSpace 3D Audio, by Visisonics.

The Rift has full 6 degree of freedom rotational and positional tracking. This tracking is performed by



Oculus's Constellation tracking system, and is precise, low-latency, and sub-millimeter accurate.



Rift + Touch



Headset

Touch Controllers

Two Sensors

Remote

Xbox One Wireless Controller

Connector for guitar controllers compatible with Rock Band™ VR







Intuitive Exploring with Oculus Remote



Integrated VR Audio



Recommended PC Specifications

Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD R9 290 equivalent or greater

CPU: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater

Memory: 8GB+ RAM

Video Output: Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output

USB Ports: 3x USB 3.0 ports plus 1x USB 2.0 port

OS: Windows 7 SP1 64 bit or newer



Featured VR Games



Oculus Home



EVE: Valkyrie



Lucky's Tale



Farlands













Platform

-Windows PC



Experience

-Positional tracking, Standing VR, Seated VR



Field of View

-110 degrees



Refresh Rate

-90HZ



Display Resolution per Eye

1080 x 1200



Headset Weight

1.0lbs



Fit

-Fits glasses, Iinterpupilliary distance adjustment



Included in the Box:

Oculus Rift Headset, Camera Sensor, Remote, Xbox One Wireless Controller, Xbox USB Wireless Adapter, 2xAA



Batteries, Integrated Headphone Removal Tool, 2 x Oculus Logo Stickers, Oculus Lens Wipe Cloth







HTC VIVE - Virtual Reality System





Vive is a first-of-its-kind virtual reality system developed by HTC and Valve for total immersion in virtual



worlds. Designed from the ground up for room-scale VR and true-to-life interactions, Vive delivers on the



promise of VR with game-changing technology and best-in-class content.

Vive is built from the ground up for room-scale VR, which allows you to physically move around objects in



the virtual space.

With more than 500 games and growing for SteamVR, everything you love about Steam is now available in VR.

The Gallery: Call of the Starseed, Tilt Brush and Zombie Training Simulator come with Vive for free.

An adjustable headset and multiple eye relief adjustments, including lens distance and IPD, to make Vive



comfortable and clear.

Wireless controllers designed specifically for VR make interactions with objects natural and intuitive.

Enjoy a safe, convenient experience with Chaperone bounds of your play area, a front-facing camera to view



the real world and notifications from your phone in VR.

Compatible Windows computer and internet connection required-refer to the recommended computer specs below.



Headset

Putting on the headset washes away the real world with fantastical games, immersive stories and endless



possibilities. Features include precise tracking, adjustable straps and eye relief tuning for captivating



and comfortable immersion.



Wireless Controllers

With wireless controllers designed specifically for VR, interactions feel intuitive and natural, like an



extension of your hand. Imagine feeling lifelike tension as you string a virtual bow and arrow, grabbing



objects to examine closer or using shields to deflect enemy fire.



Base Stations

Vive’s breakthrough base station technology lets the headset and controllers track their exact location and



movement, so you can feely explore and interact with the virtual world. Room-scale VR puts you at the center



of the action.





Powered by SteamVR

With over 500 games and growing for SteamVR, everything you love about Steam is now also available in



virtual reality. Keep tabs on the newest releases, automatically download game updates and create and share



content with millions of your closest friends on Steam.





Included VR Content



Zombie Training Simulator



Tilt Brush



Call of the Starseed



Viveport

Viveport is the global app store for virtual reality, democratizing access to the most diverse selection of



content across education, design, art, social, video, music, sports, health, fashion, travel, news,



shopping, creativity tools and more.









Platform

-Windows PC



Experience

-Seated VR, Standing VR, Room-scale VR (up to 5 m diagonally), Positional tracking



Field of View

-110 degrees



Refresh Rate

-90HZ



Display Resolution per Eye

1080 x 1200



Headset Weight

1.2lbs



Fit

-Adjustable headset strap, fits most glasses, 2 eye relief adjustments: lens distance from eye &



interpupilliary distance



Included in the Box:

Headset, 2 x Controllers, 2 x Base Stations, Earbuds, Link Box, Link Box power adapter, Link Box mounting



pad, 2 x Base Station power adapter, 2 x Micro USB chargers, Sync cable, HDMI cable, USB cable, Cleaning



Cloth, Alternate face cushion







Recommended Computer Requirements

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 480, equivalent or better

CPU: Intel Core i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350, equivalent or better

RAM: 4 GB or more

Output: HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 or newer

USB: 1x USB 2.0 or better port

OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later


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