Now that you're spending so much time in VR, why not shoot some 360-degree videos to look at in it? LG's upcoming 360 Cam can shoot and help knit together 360-degree videos and let you easily share them with others, too.
We finally know the price for HTC's upcoming Vive VR system, a PC-based competitor to Oculus Rift. $799 (US) gets you a headset, but also room sensors and dual controllers. It's $200 more expensive than the Oculus Rift, but you get more in the box...and two games are included, too.
Samsung's got a 360-degree camera, too. The Gear 360 looks like an eyeball and also shoots full 360-degree video you can share with others or watch right on a Samsung Gear VR headset. No price yet, but it's aimed at being affordable enough for everyday folks who want to record their memories in surround.
Samsung Gear VR debuted last fall, but Samsung's newest phones work with it, too. That's good news, because the software and apps are just taking off. Facebook announced future plans for Facebook and VR in Barcelona.
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Everyone jacks in at Samsung
At Samsung's Unpacked Galaxy S7 event, each seat came with its own Gear VR. That's a lot of people with goggles on.
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Epson Moverio BT-300 with OLED displays
Epson's latest version of its smartglasses debut later this year, but we tried them early. The coolest part isn't the design (sorry) but its display technology. OLED makes the pop-up graphics feel more vivid, and the displays more transparent.