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SHANGHAI -- There was no shortage of VR headsets on display at CES Asia, and if this trend continues, expect to see more of the same at the Computex show next week in Taiwan.
Here's the SVR Glass, a cheap $50 Samsung Galaxy Gear VR clone that works with phones with screen sizes ranging from 4.7 to 6 inches.
Instead of just creating a VR headset, the ViLover is actually a game designed for VR that allows players to interact with female anime characters.
It's a free game, but I'm told there will be in-app purchases. If you're into sort of thing...
While most VR headsets on show at CES Asia take the smartphone route, the Deepon E2 is like the Oculus Rift and has a built-in screen.
Deepon was also showing a smartphone-powered VR headset, the Deepon V2.
While the company's name may be nigh unpronounceable in polite company, Dlodo's funky sunglasses-style VR headsets are Android-powered and can run VR videos over an SD card or through built-in Wi-Fi. No phone or PC required.
Dlodo's other VR headset, the K1, sticks to a more conventional setup, and uses your smartphone screen. It's very boxy but was on show in a range of colours.
Viulux's VR headset looks a lot like the Oculus Rift, but the stand did draw a crowd thanks to a seat that works in tandem with the VR video on the headset, making for a full-body VR experience.
Instead of showing off its hardware, Wasai seemed to be using a re-badged Oculus Rift to sell VR experiences to attendees -- each turn cost 30 yuan (about $5) while two set you back 50 yuan ($8).