Think of the Samsung Gear VR headset as an Oculus Rift meets Galaxy Note 4 – set to go on sale in December for $200. Now pair that with the company’s innovative Beyond camera, which utilizes 17 HD cameras to capture a 360° field of view and offering full 3D reconstruction in all directions, for an experience that will transport you all over the world and beyond. As for the display, it uses the 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display of a Galaxy Note 4. Best of all, users do not need to connect the gadget to a power supply of computer, like other similar headsets. Continue reading for a video and more information.
A Samsung representative says: “With Project Beyond, the Gear VR will become a gateway to an ever-increasing pool of content that allows users to instantly teleport to places and events they always wanted to see. It frees the users of Gear VR from the limitations and rigors of physical travel, while providing a realistic experience that brings the nuances of an environment to the comfort of the living room.”