Virtual reality has become all of the hype lately as various forms of technology that link people to all sorts of great virtual environments.
Mobile VR headsets that let you use a cell phone or other small device as a processor and viewer are readily available. These headsets serve as useful entertainment options while being surprisingly affordable.
Let’s look at five of the best options for you to use today.
The HTC Vive is a standard-bearer in the virtual reality industry. It offers a 2160×1200 combined resolution with a 90 Hz refresh rate. It uses 32 headset sensors to make motion tracking easy to follow.
A front-facing camera is also included to make it easier for real-life objects to be integrated into the virtual reality environment, thus making navigation around a physical space easier to follow.
The Boss Neil X1 works with Android 4.2.2 or better devices and supports Wi-Fi signals. It uses 1 GB of RAM built into its body to help run more virtual reality programs. Dual OLED screens are also included support the playback of 1080p images. A TF card of 32 GB in size can be supported if needed. This works effectively and quickly without being far too complicated or hard to use.
Noon created the VR as a headset that works with Android smartphones. It uses a simple securing feature that allows the smartphone to be loaded up carefully into the headset to make the playback process very easy to follow. It works quickly with a safe and easy to handle strap that ensures the headset will not slip off easily.
The viewing angle within this is about 110 degrees so it should give you a wide view of most things in your environment no matter where you are or what app you are running.
The Sulon Q works on the Windows 10 operating system and works without the need to get a larger computer to link up to it.
It uses an AMD processor on the inside the get it running with enough power. It also has built-in earbuds and noise-cancelling headphones. These are all integrated without the need to add a separate compartment to make it work well enough.
OnePlus Loop VR
The last option to take a look at is the OnePlus Loop VR. This is a model that works with headsets of about five or six inches in size and has a secure system to keep a headset in place as it is working. This does not use onboard hardware but it does have a 100-degree viewing angle to get you closer to the action.
A motion sensing feature is also added here to allow the unit to read where you are and trigger more functions with ease. This allows the local area where you are to interact with the device with ease.
Hey, thats our top 5. Now, whats your favorite virtual headset?