Alternative products to PlayStation VR

PlayStation VR

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10 alternative and related products to PlayStation VR

Teslasuit

The worlds 1st full body haptics suit that lets you feel VR

Teslasuit - full body haptic VR suit
The virtual reality suit is a wearable device that allows one to dive into a virtual reality world. Such a suit isolates the human body from the external world.
BBC Horizons
We experience the world through our senses. Sight, sound, touch, taste... We experience the world through our senses. Sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. If you have a problem with any one of them, you need help - a pair of glasses for instance. Or even a hearing aid.
YouTube
VR may be the next big thing, but the Teslasuit goes beyond headsets and headphones. So, what is it and how does it simulate human touch? Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG See more
4 Alternatives to Teslasuit

Xbox Adaptive Controller

A controller for gamers with limited mobility.

Create a custom controller experience that is uniquely yours. Designed primarily to meet the needs of gamers with limited mobility, the Xbox Adaptive Controller features large programmable buttons and connects to external switches, buttons, mounts, and joysticks to help make gaming more accessible.

Plugged In | Microsoft Story Labs
In the early days of video games, input was simpler. Controllers just had a single digital joystick, or a rotating wheel, and maybe a button or two. But as the industry evolved in the 1980s and '90s, controllers, systems and games themselves became increasingly sophisticated and challenging to navigate.
Ars Technica
REDMOND, Washington-The Xbox Adaptive Controller (XAC), slated to launch "later this year," looks almost incomplete at first glance. The clean, confusing-looking slab, nearly the length and width of an Xbox One S, has no joysticks. The usual selection of Xbox inputs has been reduced down to a few menu buttons, a D-pad, and two black, hand-sized pads.
The Verge
Microsoft has announced the Xbox Adaptive Controller, an Xbox controller designed for people with disabilities. The device was leaked earlier this week. It has two large programmable buttons and 19 jacks that can be connected to a range of joysticks, buttons, and switches to make it easier for a wider range of people to play games.
15 Alternatives to Xbox Adaptive Controller

HTC Vive

Discover virtual reality beyond imagination

A Singh- Tech obsessed student.
Out of all the headsets I've tried, the Vive has consistently been the best. The headset has excellent quality & the head and controller tracking is outstanding. The ability to move around in the VR experience is probably the best factor for me, while the high quality is in at #2. The only negative I would say is the $1600 (AUD) price tag + the additio… See more
12 Alternatives to HTC Vive

Sandbox

Your neighborhood holodeck

Sandbox VR is your neighborhood holodeck.

We combine the latest in VR hardware technology, movie quality real-time motion capture rigs and AAA-quality content experiences to create the best VR experiences on the planet - a true full body, holodeck-like experience that you cannot experience at home.

4 Alternatives to Sandbox

Google announced the brand new version of the Daydream View, and this time, it comes in multiple colors: Charcoal, Fog and Coral. It's also available for $99, which is $20 more than last year's iteration.

The Verge
The first thing I noticed about Google's new Daydream View VR headset is the pink controller. In the original View, all plastic parts were beige or gray, even if you got the model wrapped with rich crimson fabric. Now, they're coordinated: if you buy the colorful "Coral" edition, you'll get a coral remote, too.
Engadget
Last year, Google announced the Daydream View, its first ever mobile VR headset. Not only was it powered by Android, it could also be used with a variety of different Daydream-compatible phones and it was covered in fabric. Today, the company announced the brand new version of the View, and this time, it comes in multiple colors: Charcoal, Fog and Coral.
xda-developers
Announced as part of Google's Keynote today, Google will be releasing a version 2.0 of its Daydream platform. According to Google Blog the updated Daydream View will be compatible with the recently announced Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL as well as any other Daydream-ready device, and will be priced at $99.
7 Alternatives to Google Daydream View

Cinera

An immersive personal theater headset

The Verge
I'm not afraid of the future. When the robots come for me, I'm not going to cower in fear, I'm going to be chilling with my Cinera, experiencing IMAX-like immersion from the comfort of an oversized personal theater headset attached to an articulated mechanical arm.
8 Alternatives to Cinera

Meet Cinego: an immersive personal cinema housed in the lightest integrated headset ever built. Designed with twin micro M-OLED screens, an intuitive Android OS with Wi-Fi & HDMI capability for seamless connectivity across all your devices. With a 4.5 hour battery life, Cinego is the most engaging way to enjoy your favourite content.

11 Alternatives to Cinego

What virtual reality headset do you recommend?

Sam CholeraFounder @ iSpy Sport Search
HTC Vive - Discover virtual reality beyond imagination
"Out of all the headsets I've tried, the Vive has consistently been the best. The headset has excellent quality & the head and control… See more
Oculus Go - $199 Standalone VR headset from Oculus (no PC!)
"Oculus is the obvious choice. If you aren't going for heavy VR experiences, the Go is the perfect entry."
FOVE - Eye tracking VR headset
"FOVE is a great option at $599. While I haven't used it myself I've been told by others that this is the best VR headset they have tried."
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