Virtual Reality Glasses Smartphone Compatible 3D VR Technology Report Released

Technology aficionados and those that 'must have' the latest gadgets can now take advantage of the newly released virtual reality headset report by West Virginia-based VR Pro Vision, a VR expert.

Athens, United States - April 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Athens, West Virginia-based, VR PRO Vision, a virtual reality advice website, has released a report on VR headsets and how to choose the best one. This report is comprehensive, listing what features to look for in a VR headset, what brands are the most popular, and the advantages of each pair of virtual reality glasses.

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Recently released, the report defines 3D virtual glasses as offering the viewer a distinct perspective – as if they are there in the game or movie they are watching. These glasses, says the report, are now far more affordable than with the first release of the technology, some years ago.

The report also notes that there are many VR headsets on the market, but those with the T-shaped headband make the glasses feel lighter when wearing them. In addition, headset straps need to be adjustable, with options to change focal and pupil distance, so that they work effectively.

Overall, the report specifies that the ideal virtual glasses will support a wide variety of smartphones – iOS, Android, and Windows – so one pair of glasses suits many devices, not just one. It is also important that the virtual glasses/ headset has a magnet in the front cover to prevent debris getting on the lens.

VR PRO Vision are the virtual reality specialists, offering headset advice and reviews, this company explain how VR headsets work and why they are a valuable addition to any technology collection. Perfect for viewing HD movies or game play, these glasses are often compatible with the latest apps found in the Google Play store.

To find out more about VR PRO Vision and their virtual reality headset report, visit the link above. Site visitors can also read more about VR PRO on their Facebook page https://facebook.com/vrprovision.

Contact Info:
Name: Joseph blackmen
Organization: VR PRO Vision
Address: 134 Hilltop Place, Athens, West Virginia, United States

For more information, please visit http://www.vrprovision.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 330262

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