An escape to Virtual Reality: A 360-degree perspective on the latest Android VR Headgears
Not all VR headsets are created equal. Virtual reality headgears are making the rounds lately and we can finally see the difference in terms of affordability, viewing width, sensors among many other things.
While majority of VRs sensors depend on mobile units for gyroscopic motions, the best one so far should come with its very own sensor technology. Let’s have quick tour.
Virtual Cardboard Box: I Am Cardboard VR Kitv2.0
VR headsets come with a handful of capability but we don’t want to underestimate the typical cardboard box that offers the same.
- 37mm asymmetrical biconvex lenses
- 50mm focal length
- QR Code for 3D calibration options
- Works on Android Phones
How to Use:
- Make sure you have downloaded the Google Cardboard app from the Play Store
- Slide the cardboard headset, flip the lens cover and secure over your head properly
- Experience an out-of-this-world virtual reality
Google Cardboard: The best alternative for everybody
This universal cardboard box works for everyone with a smartphone of any size or brand. Minus the comfort and added features, you can get this one at a very cheap price. You will also have fun assembling your own headgear with the first of only kind VR headgear. It won’t take so much of your time folding it into one amazing accessory.
LG 360 VR: Handy yet expensive
LG 360 VR headgear look like a pair of glasses instead of the usual headsets. You don’t need to stick your phone unit to this gadget since you will be using a USB cable to connect them.
- 8 inch IPS internal display
- 960×720 high resolution pixels or 639ppi
- Built-in controllers for easy navigation
- Motion sensors
- 5mm headphone socket available
Samsung Gear VR: It’s all in here
Android smartphone users are certainly eyeing one of the best headgears by Samsung. Samsung Gear VR boasts none other than its very own on-board sensor technology.
- Immersive game experience
- Works with 3D 360 degree movies
The latest brand to join the fray is of course, the Sulon Q VR. This VR Headset can be compared to HTC Vive and the very famous Oculus Rift. The advantage of using Sulon Q is that you don’t need an expensive PC to make it work perfectly.
- Built in processor
- AMD technology
- Built-in ear plugs
- Wide range of built-in sensors
- Noise cancelling features for the microphone
- Spatial 3D audio
- Highly interactive