Best VR headsets for Android: step into another world

Best VR headsets for Android: step into another world

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The best VR headsets for Android: too many good options
Most smartphone VR headsets are unsuitable for people who wear glasses. Your eye area should be as close as possible to the VR headset as possible. Those who wear glasses will find it near impossible to have a pleasant viewing experience, seeing as sometimes glasses frames are bent, there are greasy prints on your lens, clouding your view into the virtual world. Those who are only slightly short-sighted and have no corneal curvature may possibly get by without their eyeglasses. Especially if a diopter adjustment lens is supported with a small dial. But this is not a solution for every spectacle wearer.
Currently, there are three VR platforms for Android that require different VR headsets. Google Cardboard is not only the name of Google’s cardboard glasses, but also the name of the platform for which there are many games in the Play Store. Daydream is a more elaborate new release, which also regulates the technical details on the smartphone. With the Gear VR, Samsung has added its own iron to the fire. Cardboard headsets work basically with most smartphones, Daydream requires the smartphone to be certified, and Samsung limits its platform only to the current high-end smartphones since the release of Galaxy S6.
From left to right: Gear VR, Cardboard, Homido (above) and Zeiss VR One. / © ANDROIDPIT
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If you don’t really know whether virtual reality is right for you, you should try the paper-based Cardboard headset. Numerous versions of these VR glasses are offered by different manufacturers, but the principle

Article originally published at: Droid Life