Thread DetailsLast Edited by Nikzilla90 January 7, 2016 at 01:12 PM
• (top left) Oculus Rift [$600 (with controller)]
• (top right) PlayStation VR [$tba]
• (bottom left) HTC Vive [$tba]
• (bottom right) Google Cardboard [around $10 (requires smartphone with gyroscope)]
I'm looking to buy a new smartphone with a gyroscope so I can try out Google Cardboard myself - so far I am only interested in VR so I can view my movies/show inside an immersive cinema theater without anyone kicking my seat behind me.
• [URL=oogle.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Cmoar.CmoarVirtualCinemaPro"]Cmoar VR Cinema[/UR]] (Android)
VR gaming doesn't interest me yet. VR requires double the processing power compared to a standard game (I'd rather have double the amount of polygons or effects or better physics than VR). Plus these VR headsets will just become a rats nest behind your head with all the wires making it only practical for "sitting-based" games (driving games). And each headset is hocking their own proprietary motion control accessories which I never liked (especially when motion controls only show a levitating hand).
o London Heist demo. Levitating hands are in all VR motion control games. 1 step forward and another step backward for greater immersion.
Anyone try any VR device yet?