The Playstation VR headset has a 1920 x 1080 resolution OLED display. 120 frames per second, 18ms latency and a high refresh rate deliver smooth visuals and a good VR experience. The headset is rumoured to launch in April 2016.
The up and coming HTC Vive is powered by Steam VR and is rumoured to be available from the end of February 2016. Its controllers have integrated rechargeable lithium polymer batteries with micro USB charging to provide hours of runtime on a single charge. The USB 3.0 port enables you to attach devices to the Vive. Base stations track sensors from headset and controllers.
The Glyph sits on your head like a pair of headphones which are flipped down to cover your eyes. It has 1280 x 720p per eye resolution and has two million "micro-mirrors". It plugs into any HDMI supported device to deliver your content. You can see above and below the visual field to orient you to your surroundings.
The Vrvana Totem has a 1440p OLED display, positional tracking and hand gesture recognition. The 105 degree field of view lenses, surround sound, and on-board cameras ensures that you have a great gamer experience.
The Altergaze VR headset is 3D printed to give you a custom build. Slide your smartphone and you are ready to go into VR. It is compatible with any smartphone regardless of platform and display size. It uses a triple lens design to get the best VR experience possible.
Made for smartphones between 4.7 and 5.2 inches, the Zeiss VR One uses a tray to slide your phone in front of the optics. Select the appropriate VR app and slide your phone in. There are ports for audio and chargers and ventilation to stop the lenses fogging.
The Durovis Dive 5 attaches to your smartphone and acts as a hands free holder for your VR experience. The Nylon viewer has two adjustable lenses to project images into each eye giving you a stereoscopic view. Head tracking software gives you a responsive VR experience.
A version of GoogleCardboard, the EVA is made from multi coloured EVA material. There are Magnets for magnetised command function and a head strap. The Google Play store has lots of apps to get acquainted with the immersive VR world.
The Knox is a Google Cardboard certified viewer. Google Cardboard is a simple VR experience that you can build yourself or buy from one of the Google Cardboard partners. The Google Play store has lots of apps to get acquainted with the immersive VR world.
If you want something more durable than cardboard, try the Fivesung plastic version of Google Cardboard for your 3D VR experience. It has adjustable pupil distance and focal distance and works with phones up to six inches in length.