Virtual reality has been a trending one for the gamers and those who want different gaming experience. As technology spurts to its best continuum, gamers crave for the best that a company or developer has to offer. As a gamer, he/she needs to know how well each technological tool is for the best experience.
Virtual reality is a different experience. What add to the best experience are the headset and any other tool for the game.
In a web post via Tom's Hardware, the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Playstation VR are compared to each other as regard to each performance. Since the realm of desktop virtual reality is trending now, it is right and just to give people the comparison.
Both the Rift CV1, the consumer version of Oculus' headset, and the HTC Vive, the first consumer model units, have already been shifted for the consumers who ordered these. On the other hand, the Playstation VR from Sony will be available in October.
The price list of each headset is as follows: the HTC Vive costs $799.99; the Oculus Rift costs $599.00; the Playstation VR costs $399.00. In addition, the difference of the display size of each headset is as follows: HTC Vive has a 91.9 mm x 2,447 ppi display; Oculus Rift has 90 mm x 2, 456 ppi display; Playstation VR has a 5.7-inch display. For the lens type: HTC Vive has Fresnel type; Oculus Rift has a hybrid Fresnel; Playstation VR has a standard lens. For more headset specifications of each model, read here.
The post from PC Advisor stated the troubleshooting of the HTC Vive. The HTC is the most immersive virtual reality headsets of 2016. It is an amazing headset but it has some issues. These issues cover the base stations, the controller and the wired connections. For the best troubleshooting guide, read this.