1. Google Cardboard
Company: Google Inc.
Price: $5 to 10
Google cardboard was unveiled at Google I/O 2015. it support phones with screens up to 6 inches (15 cm) and has a new button that allows it to work with any phone.
2. Archos VR headset
Available at Price: $38
Up to 100 virtual reality applications can be run on the phone. The Archos video glasses provide a stereoscopic view of the action on screen. Any side-by-side 3D content run on the phone will be viewable through the glasses.
Homido is a wireless device that is used alongside your smartphone to give you a total VR experience. Homido allows you to watch your favourite 3D movies, enjoy 360 degree videos, immerse yourself in VR video games.
Available at Price: $89
The device has optic with off white field of view and offers a high quality Universal platform it accommodates smartphones from 4 to 6 inches 10 to 15 cm and has exchangeable inserts specific to eat phone model best of all the headset is adjustable to each person’s eyesight so no need for glasses.
5. VR One
VR One fits a number of different phones and is super lightweight. There are also 3D models that users can print themselves. It has a special media player for pictures and YouTube videos and AR app for augmented experiences. It is also open source (meaning there is plenty of opportunity for development).
6. Gear VR
Price: $99 – $199
This is an Oculus-Rift powered device that uses a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 as both the processor and display. The note 4 slides into the Gear VR’s Micro USB dock and serves up a virtual-reality experience on its 2560 X 1440 super AMOLED display, delivering a 60 Hz refresh rate and a 96-degree field of view.
7. Razer OSVR
Price: $ 199
The Razor features a 1920 X 1080 screen, a 100 degree field of view, and has a boxyJoker-black design. It includes multiple game engines, head-mounted displays, and control schemes.
8. FOVE VR
Fove VR offers interactive eye-tracking with simulated depth-of-field. Inside the headset is an infrared sensor that monitors a wearer’s eyes, offering both a new control method and an edge on its competitors when it comes to realism.
9. Oculus Rift
The Oculus Rift has as a resolution of 1 080 X 12005 per eye, a 90 Hz refresh rate and a wide field of view. The rift has a full 6 degrees of freedom rotational and positional tracking. It was released in January 2016.
10. Avegant Glyph
The Avagant Glyph doesn’t use a smartphone as a screen. Instead, it uses micro mirrors to reflect an image directly into your retinas. You wear the headset like a pair of headphones, pull the screen over your eyes, and voila! It has 1280 X 720 pixel resolution visuals for each eye.
11. Sony project Morpheus
This device features a 5.7 inch (14.5 cm) 1920 X 1080 RGB O D display, 120hz refresh rate, 100-degree field view, and 9 LED’s for positional tracking.
12. HTC Vive
HTC Vive has a 1200 X 1080 pixel screen and refresh rates of a blistering 90 frames per second. It displays photorealistic imagery that fills your field of vision in all directions, eliminating the jitter common to previous VR technologies and transporting you to another world with a full room tracking feature.