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Best Virtual Reality Gear in 2018

The virtual reality industry has become outstandingly popular over the last few years and this has led to the emergence of more and more devices that promise consumers “the best virtual reality experience”. While it can be easily guessed that virtual reality has a lot of potential in the gaming world, it is not as easy to think of virtual reality as a part of the gambling business. Yet, successfully incorporating virtual technologies into online casinos seems to be the newest frontier before the gambling industry.

Aiming to create an one-of-a-kind casino experience, modern casino operators have begun to use  virtual reality technologies more extensively than ever before. Soon, gamblers will be able to ‘walk into’ their favourite online casino from the comfort of their own home. Dull 2D and 3D images will be but a history. Having money raining over you each time you score a big win will no longer be but a fantasy. Effectively blending video gaming and gambling, virtual reality casinos promise consumers a truly unique gambling experience.

Currently, there are only a few virtual reality casinos but tens are to open in the near future. One thing is certain – once the virtual reality slots technology is embraced on a mass scale, online gambling as we know it will change forever.

But to play in an virtual reality casino, you will need a high quality virtual reality gear. It should be noted that virtual reality gear is not the cheapest thing to buy – at least not yet. That is why everyone who wants to get their hands on the newest and most advanced gaming technology should do their homework before buying virtual reality gear. If you are not keen on spending hours reading about virtual reality devices, do not worry – we have gathered a list with the best devices you can include in your virtual reality gear.

  1. HTC Vive Headset

The HTC Vive is the jewel in the crown in the world of virtual reality headsets. The headset features a 2160 x 1200 resolution OLED display, with 90Hz refresh rate. The headset can track even the slightest movement thanks to its 32 sensors and 360-degrees motion tracking system. Additionally, the headset offers its wearer a 110-degree virtual reality view, wide enough to cover a person’s peripheral vision.

What makes HTC Vive different from other virtual reality headsets are the two controllers that come with it. These controllers are designed to mirror a player’s hand movements. And, thanks to their 24 motion detection sensors each, these state-of-the-art controllers can detect even the most subtle hand movements. What is more, the controllers are supplied with dual stage triggers and track pads with various functions. That is not all – there is also an HD haptic feedback incorporated in the controllers.

HTC Vive is considered the best of the best and its users praise it for its durability, display and software. The software on which HTC Vive operates has 60 VR games. True, the headset is not the cheapest out there, but quality comes at a price.

  1. Sennheiser HD 598 Cs

In order to immerse yourself completely in the world of virtual reality, you will need something more than the best virtual reality headset: the best virtual reality headphones. Sennheiser HD 598 Cs come at a moderate price, they are light and durable, and they are great at isolating ambient noises. The headphones cover the ear completely and they are very comfortable for wearing, too. Sennheiser HD 598 Cs and HTC Vive headset promise their wearer hours of entertainment and not a single second of discomfort. Sennheiser HD 598 Cs connects with the headset via a short cable that can be removed.

  1. Roto VR Chair

Without a doubt, no gaming experience will be perfect without the ideal chair. Released this year, the Roto VR is the perfect companion for your HTC Vive headset, promising you comfort like no other. In addition to the HTC Vive, the chair is compatible with various other virtual reality headsets, like  Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR.

The virtual reality headset is plugged at the bottom of the base of the chair, which does not rotate. But that is not all – the chair also has base and foot pedals, which have motor and orientation tracking features. The foot pedals let players run while sitting in their comfortable chair. In addition, the Roto VR has a head movement-tracking feature – each time a player turns their head, the chair will rotate in the same direction.

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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