The Coolest VR Gadgets – Virtual Reality Is Within Our Reach

Virtual Reality is considered as the most important innovation in the field of consumer technology. Virtual reality gadgets are no longer a mere concept and has quickly managed to capture the imagination of mainstream technology buyers from all over the world. There are several gadgets available for gamers, designers, and developers that offers new platforms to enjoy a multitude of games, videos, and a wide variety of other entertainment media in a never-seen-before experience.

According to current industry trends, smartphone and tablet users rarely shop around for virtual reality gadgets, but all of that is set to change with the intervention of large multi-national corporations, who have started adopting several gadgets into their marketing strategies. Companies and major publishing houses are also using virtual reality gadgets as part of their services portfolio, and are enticing their customers to adopt this vibrant technology moving forward.

The market is inundated with several virtual reality gadgets for several devices, but there are few outstanding devices that are really worth investing in. Some of these virtual reality gadgets include Oculus Rift VR, Samsung VR Headset, Microsoft Hololens, Google Cardboard, and FOVE, among many others. Let us take a close look at the most popular VR gadgets available right now.

Oculus Rift VR

Oculus-Rift

Oculus Rift is a virtual reality gadgets designed for dedicated gaming on a Windows PC. Oculus Rift is one of the leading VR gadgets that is considered to be the best among the current crop of gadgets available in the market right now. With an immersive virtual reality experience and a great set of useful and responsive controllers, the Oculus Rift VR has all the makings of being the next big thing in Virtual Reality. Oculus VR was designed and developed by a team of highly capable designers, who believe in constant innovation and incorporation of media feedback to ensure that they launch the best virtual reality gadget in the marketplace. The painstaking attention to detail and the quality of materials used is a testimony to the fact that Oculus Rift and GEAR VR has garnered much hype and attention to become a popular tool in the entertainment industry.

Samsung VR Headset

samsung vr

Samsung VR Headset is Samsung’s own attempt at creating a dedicated virtual reality gadget for their range of smartphones that include the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S 6 and S6 Edge. It is designed and developed in conjunction with Oculus as a GEAR VR, and comes as a strap on headset into which you can you strap your smartphone for a virtual reality experience. The only drawback is that the Samsung VR Headset is only compatible with the latest range of smartphones, therefore, previous generation Samsung smartphone users will not be able to enjoy the virtual reality experience.

Microsoft Hololens

microsoft vr

Microsoft Hololens takes a different approach to virtual reality, and instead of designing a support gadget for an existing device, Microsoft has developed an entirely new concept that acts as a self-sustaining Windows 10 computer integrated into a cordless smart-glass headset. It is capable of a simulating a wide range of movements and hand gestures by using multiple sensors and controllers. Microsoft Hololens is by far the most expensive virtual reality gadget in the market.

Things are looking bright for the virtual reality concept. With time and future development, virtual reality gadgets are guaranteed to become more utilitarian as well as affordable for the common man.

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The Coolest VR Gadgets – Virtual Reality Is Within Our Reach

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