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HTC Vive VR Headset
HTC Vive
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I-mmersive GO VR Headset
I-mmersive GO
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Oculus Rift VR Headset
Oculus Rift
Editiorial reviews
72 editorial reviews
The HTC Vive VR headset is one of the most anticipated gaming peripherals of the past decade - but does the reality of virtual reality live up to the hype?Read more
Virtual reality (VR) produces a computer-generated environment–complete with realistic sights, sounds and other sensations–which a person can explore by wearing a special kind of headset and, in some cases, using certain props. Basically every VR experience will allow the user to feel as though they are in this simulated world and look around it, while more advanced systems allow for movement and interaction. While the ability of VR to provide valuable, realistic experiences without introducing real-world risks has found many fans across various industries (from healthcare to real estate), the most popular types of virtual reality content remain video games, movies and television. For thoseRead more
Don't just play games; touch them, be surrounded by them, live them. That's the promise that only Vive currently fulfilsRead more
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53 editorial reviews
Does the Oculus Rift VR headset justify Facebook's investmentRead more
Virtual reality (VR) produces a computer-generated environment–complete with realistic sights, sounds and other sensations–which a person can explore by wearing a special kind of headset and, in some cases, using certain props. Basically every VR experience will allow the user to feel as though they are in this simulated world and look around it, while more advanced systems allow for movement and interaction. While the ability of VR to provide valuable, realistic experiences without introducing real-world risks has found many fans across various industries (from healthcare to real estate), the most popular types of virtual reality content remain video games, movies and television. For thoseRead more
Virtual reality has arrived, courtesy of Oculus - you’re really going to want a RiftRead more
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Display

Display sourceBuilt inSmartphoneBuilt in
Reality typeVirtual RealityVirtual Reality
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Resolution per eye
  • 1080
  • 1200
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  • 1080
  • 1200
Display technologyAMOLED
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OLED
Field of view110.0 °
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110.0 °
Refresh rate90.0 Hz
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90.0 Hz

Features

Glasses compatibleyes
N/A
yes
Position trackingyesnoyes
Front-Facing camerayes
N/A
N/A
Movement tracking6 degrees of freedom
N/A
6 degrees of freedom
Headphone connectionExternal headphones requiredExternal headphones requiredBuilt-in headphones
Room-scale trackingyes
N/A
yes
Supplied accessories Motion controller
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Gamepad
Coloration modeMonotone
N/A
Monotone
Adjustable strapsyes
N/A
yes
Adjustable interpupillary distanceyes
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N/A
Built-in headphonesyes
N/A
yes
Built-in microphoneyes
N/A
N/A
Built-in speaker(s)yes
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N/A
Optics correction
N/A
N/A
yes
Focus adjustment
N/A
N/A
yes

Design

Colour of product
  • Black
  • Indigo
  • Blue
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Black
Body material
  • Foam
  • Plastic
CardboardPlastic

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