13 Cool VR Gadgets For The New Year

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13 Cool VR Gadgets For The New Year
January 4, 2017

Virtual reality is something that’s growing big day by day. From what we make of it, this piece of technology is surely here to stay. It will bring forth an experience that’s truly worth a lifetime. The virtual reality gadgets that were launched initially were bulky. But things have changed now. The latest form factors are pretty lightweight and perfect for everyday use. Take a look at these for example:

 

Lenovo’s Windows Holographic VR Headset

 

Get set to experience VR in a smaller and lighter form with the Lenovo’s Windows Holographic VR Headset. This working prototype will work with Microsoft’s Windows Holographic platform. The company made the headset pretty comfortable for regular use. The suspending lenses in front of the users’ eyes are very comfortable. This is also better than securing them in place with a strap.

Bridge Mixed Reality VR Headset

 

Create your own reality with the Bridge Mixed Reality VR Headset. Combining a visual experience with your own imagination, this headset takes you anywhere you want to go. To begin, first, place your smartphone into the headset and close the chamber. Compatible with iPhones, you’re able to access applications to dive into whole new worlds.

IDOL 4S Smartphone VR Headset

 

Explore a world that’s all your own with the IDOL 4S Smartphone VR Headset. Ready to use right out of the bod, this system houses your smartphone so you can instantly enjoy content. For a stunningly immersive experience, the IDOL 4S VR Headset responds to your movements such as your head turning. This gives you uninhibited access to exploration that goes far beyond a standard video to fulfill a truly head-turning sense of adventure.

FOVE — Eye Tracking VR Headset

 

FOVE VR Headset gives you the feel of human connection in the virtual world. Look, laugh, and communicate naturally with virtual characters and other players. By implementing FOVE technology, game developers can create genuine two-way interaction experiences in virtual worlds. It also enables simulated light field rendering based on a person’s real-time field-of-view. This creates a sense of presence and immersion.

Daydream View VR Headset by Google

 

Google loves the fact that virtual reality can make you feel as if you’re somewhere else. At I/O this May 2016, they announced Daydream, a platform for high-quality mobile VR. Their goal for Daydream is to simplify the complexity behind virtual reality. It should be mobile so you can easily carry it with you, and it should be friendly and accessible so everyone can enjoy using it. Daydream View is a VR headset and controller by Google that lets you explore new worlds, kick back in your personal VR cinema, and play games that put you at the center of the action.

Dashbon Mask

 

Mask is a revolutionary, all-in-one, wearable device that combines a pair of HD virtual projection near-eye displays with high-fidelity audio headphones. Just plug Mask into any smartphone with its included HDMI cable and GO! Stream your favorite TV programs, movies, video games and more.

View-Master Virtual Reality Starter Pack

 

Start experiencing reality like never before with the View-Master Virtual Reality Starter Pack. Designed to work with your smartphone, this kit can take you on adventures all around the world and universe. It’s a modern take on the original View-Master, but this time it gets digital. Download the accompanying app available for both Android and iOS smartphones, slide in your phone, hold the device up to your eyes, and get 360-degree views of just about anything.

VR Smartphone Goggles by Merge

 

Experience quality virtual reality using just your smartphone with the VR Smartphone Goggles by Merge. Coming in a futuristic purple, you can go on adventures, play games, and even see a concert anywhere you are. Made of soft and lightweight foam, the VR Smartphone Goggles sit comfortable on your face and contour to any shape and they’re durable enough to be thrown into your bag with all of your necessities.

LG 360 VR

 

Designed to go with LG’s new smartphone G5, the LG 360 VR are dedicated virtual reality glasses for the mobile friendly generation. You don’t have to put your phone in them but plug them directly to your phone’s USB-C jack. These glasses are small and about one-third the weight of similar high-end phone-based VR goggles. Inside the design you’ll find two focus-adjustable 1080p OLED screens.

Smartphone-Enabled Virtual Reality Headset by VRKiX

 

Go on an adventure and transport yourself to another world with the smartphone-enabled Virtual Reality Headset by VRKiX. You can now have adventure awaiting your arrival anywhere you go with this headset. With a pillow-backed head strap with 1.5-inch wide fully adjustable elastic, you won’t need a break any time soon. Complete with ventilation ports and thick goggle padding, the lenses in the VRKiX headset are completely adjustable so you don’t even need to wear your glasses.

Freefly VR — Virtual Reality Smartphone 3D Headset

 

If you think your smartphone entertainment needs the touch of virtual reality, the Freefly VR headset is what you can go for. Within seconds after wearing this 3D VR headset, you’ll get transferred to a whole new world of entertainment right from your smartphone screen. Since the lightweight device blocks external light, you can enjoy a theater like experience anywhere on the go.

Personal 3D Viewer

 

Create your own personal movie theater or game room no matter where you go. With the help of the Personal 3D Viewer by Sony, you’ll be able to make the most out of boring trips by using some virtual reality on the go. You just have to connect it with your Blu-Ray disc player or gaming console or HDMI-capable PC or even pair them up with your smartphones wirelessly in order to enjoy your movies and games like never before.

Avegant Glyph Headset

 

The Avegant Glyph Headset is a mobile personal theater which lets you watch and listen to videos. It looks like a headphone and quacks like a headphone with premium in-built sound, but the difference is that this headset also has a virtual retinal display. When the headphone band is covering your eyes, you have your own personal display system. You can stream multimedia content wirelessly from any of your devices.

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