Bitmore Eye 3D Virtual Reality Headset MK2 £19.99 @ Zoombits
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Bitmore Eye 3D Virtual Reality Headset MK2 £19.99 @ Zoombits

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Found 6th May 2016
The Bitmore® Eye™ VR headset utilizes your smartphone, & it is compatible with hundreds of free and inexpensive VR apps available online. So whether you want to watch 3D movies, explore new worlds, play immersive games or you're just looking for a quick departure from real life's reality, there's something for everyone.

Just load up your chosen piece of virtual content, slot your smartphone into the rugged plastic enclosure, put it up to your eyes then adjust the lenses and comfortable head straps to your liking. It's never been easier (or more affordable) to explore these vivid new environments from the comfort of your living room.

Compatible with most phone on the market with screen size of 4'' to 6.5'' and where the phone does not exceed a length of 17.5 cm and a width of 9 cm.

Made out of high quality materials with a rugged plastic enclosure for your smartphone and comfortable head straps that are adjustable. Put it up to your eyes then adjust the lenses and comfortable head straps to your liking.
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if you have a samsung smartphone you can get a gear vr for 50 on gumtree or ebay
I've had it for a few months, and even with the "premium experience" compared to other smartphone solutions, I still can't say I use it very much. It's not very comfortable, and the screendoor effect is VERY pronounced.

I'm waiting for the HTC Vive to go down in price a bit / be available in store at shops. That's real VR. Everything else is just a disappointing stop-gap
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robodan918

if you have a samsung smartphone you can get a gear vr for 50 on gumtree … if you have a samsung smartphone you can get a gear vr for 50 on gumtree or ebayI've had it for a few months, and even with the "premium experience" compared to other smartphone solutions, I still can't say I use it very much. It's not very comfortable, and the screendoor effect is VERY pronounced. I'm waiting for the HTC Vive to go down in price a bit / be available in store at shops. That's real VR. Everything else is just a disappointing stop-gap



For £20, though? I've got a similar headset already and it's good fun to mess around with. The Gear VR only works with the S6 and S7 but these work with any Android or iOS phones powerful enough to run Google Cardboard and other independent VR apps (which there are a growing number of).
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