The VR market has reached a point where many are struggling to justify the price tag of a headset even though many people would prefer to spend that money on a PlayStation VR.
It’s not a problem the VR community is in any rush to fix though, as the technology has the potential to revolutionise the gaming industry.
The technology could be used to help alleviate some of the challenges that VR has faced in the past, including the lack of a consistent experience, and the need to have an internet connection, says Andrew Johnson, founder of the UK’s first VR hardware company.
The company, equipped with some of its own hardware, is currently working on an affordable VR headset that will be launched in March 2019.
The aim is to offer a headset that people will feel comfortable wearing, says Johnson.
That’s the key.
It will be a full-body VR headset, which is going to be a lot easier to wear than a standard headset.
The device will be available to buy for around £200 to £300.
That is about what you’d pay for a standard PlayStation VR headset.
If the technology works as well as we’ve hoped, we will see VR headsets that people can wear comfortably for around the same price, says the VR specialist.
It’s not clear how soon the company plans to launch the headset.
The company has said that it is working on the technology and will be making its first public announcement in the coming weeks.
This is the first step in bringing VR to a wider audience.
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VR is a new frontier, and we need to make sure that we deliver on the promise of the technology.
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