It’s a shell that fits around a Galaxy Note 4, using the phone for its brains and that beautiful screen, while adding better sensors to aid the head tracking and a touchpad along with a button on the side to allow basic interactions in virtual reality.
You’re not connected to a bulky PC when you’re wearing it, which allows you to spin around 360 degrees without worrying about getting tangled up in any cabling. I was able to spend a good amount of time inside both the development kit and the retail version of the Gear VR, and I’m ready to share some thoughts on the technology.
In layman’s terms: Holy shit, it’s pretty good.
Beyond Imagination – Simpler way to enjoy immersive experience
Find your look with the shiver colored frames.
Experience the virtual reality with Gear VR’s ergonomic design.
VR incorporates soft and flexible cushioning for the ultimate
Ultimate Fascinating – Viewing Experience
As if you were at in front of a mega screen
It becomes easy for everyone to enjoy Virtual Reality.
With mega sized screen, Gear VR lets you feel the world
beyond your peripheral vision.
Gear VR- Full Specs
96˚ Field of View
Accelerator, Gyrometer, Geomagnetic, Proximity
Motion to Photon Latency
Covers Nearsighted / Farsighted Eyes
Interpupillary Distance Coverage
55 ~ 71 mm
Physical User Interface
Touch Pad, Back Button, Volume Key
microUSB connection to the Galaxy Note 4
198(W) x 116(L) x 90(H)mm
Available through Oculus Store
* microSD Card(16GB) in-box