List of virtual reality headsets

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Comparison chart of per-eye headset resolutions.

This is a list of virtual reality headsets, which are head-mounted displays used to present virtual reality environments.

There are two primary categories of VR devices:

  • Standalone – devices that have all necessary components to provide virtual reality experiences integrated into the headset. Mainstream standalone VR platforms include:
    • Oculus Mobile SDK, developed by Oculus VR for its own standalone headsets and the Samsung Gear VR. (The SDK has been deprecated in favor of OpenXR, released in July 2021.)[1]
  • Tethered – headsets that act as a display device to another device, like a PC or a video game console, to provide a virtual reality experience. Mainstream tethered VR platforms include:

Other categories include mobile headsets, which combine a smartphone with a mount, and hybrid solutions like the Oculus Quest with the Oculus Link feature that allows the standalone device to also serve as a tethered headset.

In addition, VR headsets are categorized by the degrees of freedom they provide:

  • 3DoF: 3 degrees of freedom, where the viewer may turn around and choose where to look in the VR sphere;
  • 6DoF: 6 degrees of freedom, where the viewer can move its position inside the VR environment.

Early VR[edit]

Name Release Date (Y-M-D) Head tracking Positional tracking Display Resolution (per eye) Field of view[2] Price Other
Forte VFX1 1995 Pitch & roll: 70º
Yaw
No Dual 0.7" LCDs 263x230 45° Diagonal $599
IIS VFX3D 2000 Pitch & roll: ±70°
Yaw: 360°
No Dual 0.7" LCDs ≈380x337 35° Diagonal 6DoF dual controllers
Fakespace Labs Wide5[3] 2007
NVIS nVisor SX[4]
NVIS ST50[5]
Sensics xSight 6123[6]
Sensics piSight 76-21[7][8]
Crescent HEWDD-768[9][10] 2008 $80,000
Crescent HEWDD-1080[9][11][12] $103,660
Nintendo Virtual Boy 1995-7-21 Pitch & roll: 70º
Yaw
No Dual 0.7" LCDs 384x224 45° Diagonal $179.95 Red Monochromatic display

Tethered VR[edit]

Name Release Date
(Y-M-D)
Positional tracking
Display type
Display (other)
Max. Resolution (per eye) Resolution (per eye, region specific) PPD Aspect Ratio (per eye) Refresh rate Field of view[2] Audio Connectivity Weight Price
OSVR
SteamVR
Oculus PC
PlayStation
PC
Windows MR
Oculus Store
Other
Razer OSVR HDK 1.4[13] 2015-11-23[14] Yes OLED[15] N/A 960x1080 9.6 8:9 90 Hz 100° 1x HDMI

1x USB 2.0

650 g[16] $299 Yes Yes No No Yes No No 6Dof headset only
Oculus Rift[17] 2016-03-28 Outside-in

(Constellation)

OLED 1080x1200[18] 9.81 9:10 90 Hz 94°[19] Built-in headphones[20] 1x HDMI 1.4+
2x USB3.0
(+1x USB 3.0 for touch camera)
470 g[21] Discontinued[22] No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes 6DoF dual controllers[20]
HTC Vive[17] 2016-04-05 Yes OLED 1080x1200[18] 9.81 9:10 90 Hz 110° 1x 3.5mm audio jack, optional headphones 1x HDMI 1.4+
DisplayPort 1.2+
2x 3.0 (one usable for accessories)[23]
468 g (improved revision)
550 g (launch units)[21]
$399[24] No Yes No No Yes No No 6DoF dual controllers
Razer OSVR HDK 2[25] 2016-07-20

(pre-orders)[26]

OLED[27] 5.5" 1080x1200[27] 9.81 9:10 90 Hz 110° $399[27] Yes Yes No No Yes No No 6Dof headset only
StarBreeze StarVR 2016-08-01

(IMAX)[28][29]

Outside-in, external optical sensor with fiducial markers LCD Dual 5.5" 2560x1440 12.19 16:9 90 Hz 210° Horizontal

130° Vertical

380 g[30] No No No No Yes No No 6DoF headset only
PlayStation VR[31] 2016-10-01 Outside-in (using the PlayStation Camera) OLED 960x1080[18] 9.6 8:9 120 Hz

90 Hz[32]

100° 1x 3.5 mm audio jack 610 g (2016 model)
600 g (2017 model)
$299 (headset, camera, and a game)[33]
Move controllers sold separately for $99[34]
No No No Yes
PS4,
PS5[35]
Yes No No Motion controller input using PlayStation Move and PlayStation Aim
Fove 0[36] 2017-01-22

(pre-orders)[37]

Yes OLED 5.7" 1280x1440 14.22 (max)
11.63 (min)
8:9 70 Hz 110° (max)
90° (min)[36]
1x 3.5 mm audio jack[36] HDMI 1.4
USB 3.0
USB 2.0[36]
520 g[36] $600[38] No No No No Yes No No Eye-tracking
Pimax 4K[39][40] 2017-01-01 No LCD 1920×2160 17.45 8:9 60 Hz 110º 2x 3.5 mm audio jack
built-in headphones (removable)
1x HDMI 1.4b[40] 620 g $375[40] No Yes No No Yes No No 3DoF headset only
VRgineers VRHero 5K[41][42] 2017-03-08 Yes (AR tracking, Optitrack and Lighthouse) LCD Dual 2560x1440 16:9 90 Hz
60 Hz
3.5 mm audio jack, built-in microphone DisplayPort 1.2 1080 g
Discontinued No No No No Yes No No 6DoF headset only
Deepoon VR E3[43] 2017-03-29[44] Yes (360º laser room-scale positioning) AMOLED 1280x1440 11.63 8:9 70 Hz 110º 3.5 mm audio jack 297 g $336 (Basic) or

$731 (with positioning)

No Yes No No Yes No No Eye-tracking
Dell Visor[45][46] 2017-10-17 Inside-out markerless LCD RGB subpixel 1440x1440 13.09 1:1 90 Hz 110º 3.5 mm audio jack 1x HDMI 2.0
1x USB 3.0
590 g (1.3 lb) $350 ($450 with controllers) No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
Acer AH101[47][48] 2017-10-17 Inside-out markerless LCD N/A 1440x1440 15.15 1:1 90 Hz 95º 3.5 mm audio jack 1x HDMI 2.0
1x USB 3.0
350 g $399.99 (controllers included) No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
HP WMR headset[48] 2017-10-17 Inside-out markerless LCD N/A 1440x1440 15.15 1:1 90 Hz 95º 3.5 mm audio jack 834 g $449 (controllers included) No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
Lenovo Explorer[49] 2017-10-04 Inside-out markerless LCD N/A 1440x1440 13.09 1:1 90 Hz 110º 3.5 mm audio jack 380 g $349 ($449 with controllers) No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
Samsung Odyssey[50] 2017-11-07 Inside-out markerless AMOLED N/A 1440x1600 13.09 9:10 90 Hz 110º built-in AKG headphones, built-in microphone 644 g $500 No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
VRgineers VRHero 5K Plus[51][52] 2017-11-29[53] Yes (AR tracking, Optitrack and Lighthouse) OLED N/A 2560x1440 16:9 90 Hz
70 Hz
60 Hz
3.5 mm audio jack, built-in microphone DisplayPort 1.2 1080 g
Discontinued No No No No Yes No No 6DoF headset only
Asus HC102[54] 2018-02-20[55] Inside-out markerless LCD N/A 1440x1440 15.15 1:1 90 Hz 95º 3.5 mm audio jack 1x HDMI 2.0
1x USB 3.0
400 g $399 (controllers included) No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
HTC Vive Pro[56] 2018-04-05 Yes AMOLED[57] 1440x1600[18] 13.09 9:10 90 Hz 110° Built-in headphones (removable)
USB-C 3.0[58]
DisplayPort 1.2
USB-C 3.0
550 g (1.22 lb)[59] $1099
$799 (headset only)[56]
No Yes No No Yes No No 6DoF dual controllers,
dual frontal cameras
VRgineers XTAL[60][61] 2018-06-26 Yes (AR Tracking, Optitrack and Lighthouse) OLED 2560x1440 16:9 70 Hz[62] 770 g Discontinued No No No No Yes No No Leap Motion hand-tracking, eye-tracking, automatic IPD setting
StarVR One[63][64] 2018-08-14 Inside-out markered (Lighthouse) AMOLED 1830x1464 8.71 5:4 90 Hz 210º 450 g $3200[65] No No No No Yes No No Tobii eye tracking
Samsung Odyssey+[66] 2018-10-22 Inside-out markerless AMOLED N/A 1440x1600 13.09 9:10 90 Hz 110º built-in headphones, built-in microphone 590g $500 No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD,
, Anti-SDE display
Pimax 5K Plus[67] 2018-11-30[68] Inside-out markered (Lighthouse) LCD N/A 2560x1440 21.33 (max)
12.05 (min)
16:9 144 Hz

120 Hz
90 Hz
72 Hz

170º ("Wide")
150º ("Normal")

120º ("Small")[69]

3.5 mm audio jack, built-in microphone 1x proprietary DisplayPort 1.4/USB 3.0 connector 514 g $699 No Yes No No Yes No No No controllers or tracking base stations included
VRgineers XTAL (upgraded lenses)[70][71] 2018-12-11 Yes (AR Tracking, Optitrack and Lighthouse) OLED 2560x1440 16:9 70 Hz[62] 1210 g
770 g (headset only)
$5800 No No No No Yes No No Leap Motion hand-tracking, eye-tracking, automatic IPD setting
Varjo VR-1[72] 2019-02-19 Yes AMOLED, OLED 1920x1080 1920x1080 (central focal area), 1440x1600 (peripheral display) 60 (central display), 16.55 (peripheral display) 60 Hz (central display)

90 Hz (peripheral display)

87º 3.5 mm audio jack optical fiber cables with USB-C 605 g $5995 No Yes No No Yes No No Eye-tracking. VR & AR
Varjo Aero[73] 2021-10-21[74] Yes mini-LED, LCD 2880x2720 35 90 Hz 115° 3.5mm audio jack, built-in in-ear headphones with microphone 717 g $1990 No Yes No No Yes No No
Pimax 8K[75] 2019-02-19 Yes LCD Dual 3840x2160 3840x2160 (panel) 2560x1440 (signal) 22.58 16:9 80 Hz

72 Hz 64 Hz

170º (horizontal)
130º (vertical)[76]
USB 3.0, DP 1.4[77] 450 g[78] $899[77] No Yes No No Yes No No 6DoF dual controllers
Valve Index[79][80][81] 2019-05-01[82] Yes LCD N/A 1440x1600 11.07 9:10 144 Hz
120 Hz
90 Hz
80 Hz
130° (maximum) Off-ear speakers, 3.5 mm audio jack, built-in microphone Custom cable 809 g $999 (headset, 2 tracking stations, 2 controllers)
$499 (headset)
No Yes No No Yes No No Valve Index Controllers (6DoF with finger tracking)
HP Reverb[83][84][85] 2019-05-06[86] Inside-out markerless LCD N/A 2160x2160 18.94 1:1 90 Hz 114º removable headphones, two integrated microphones, 3.5 mm audio jack 498 g[87] $599 (consumer version)[87]

$649 for pro

No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers
Oculus Rift S[88][89] 2019-05-21 Inside-out

(Oculus Insight)

LCD N/A 1280x1440 11.63 8:9 80 Hz 90º[90] In-line audio speakers
1x 3.5 mm audio jack
DisplayPort 1.2
USB 3.0
561 g[89] $399 No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Second Generation Oculus Touch Controllers
HTC Vive Cosmos[91][92] 2019-10-03 Inside-out markerless LCD N/A 1440x1700 13.09 72:85 90 Hz 110º In-line audio speakers USB-C 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2, proprietary connection for mods 702 g $699 No Yes No No Yes No No 6DoF dual controllers (Mods: eye tracking, WiGig Wireless, Constellation tracking)
Varjo VR-2[93][94] 2019-10-15 Yes AMOLED, OLED 1920x1080 1920x1080 (central focal area), 1440x1600 (peripheral) 60 (central display), 16.55 (peripheral display) 9:10 60 Hz (central display)

90 Hz (peripheral display)

87º 2x DisplayPort 1.2 / 2x mini DisplayPort 1.2
1x USB-A 3.0
605 g $5800 (headset only, mandatory support license) No Yes No No Yes No No Hand tracking (Ultraleap), eye tracking
Oculus Quest (Oculus Link)[95] 2019-11-18[95] Inside-out markerless OLED 1440x1600 14.4 9:10 72 Hz 94º[96] Integrated stereo speakers, 2 × 3.5 mm headphone jack USB Type-C, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 571 g $399 (64 GB)
$499 (128 GB)
No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD, hand tracking
Oculus Quest 2 (Oculus Link) 2020-10-13 Inside-out markerless LCD 1832x1920 20.58 229:240

~23:24

72 Hz

80 Hz

90 Hz 120 Hz[97]

89°[98] Integrated stereo speakers, 3.5 mm headphone jack USB Type-C, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 503 g $299 (64 GB) (Discontinued)

$399 (128 GB)

$499 (256 GB)

No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD, hand tracking
HP Reverb G2 2020-11-?[99] Inside-out markerless LCD 2160x2160 18.95 1:1 90 Hz 114º Off-ear speakers DisplayPort 1.3, USB 3.0 type C, power adapter 499 g $599 No Yes No No Yes Yes No 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
HTC Vive Pro 2 2021-06-04 Yes LCD 2448x2448 20.4 1:1 90 Hz

120 Hz

120° Built-in headphones (removable)
USB-C 3.0
Bluetooth, USB-C, DisplayPort 1.2 850 g $800 No Yes No No Yes No No 6DoF dual controllers,
dual frontal cameras
Varjo VR-3[100] 2021-09-08 Yes uOLED, LCD 2880x2720 1920x1920 (central focal area), 2880x2720 (peripheral) 70 (central display), 30 (peripheral display) 9:10 60 Hz (central display)

90 Hz (peripheral display)

115º 2x DisplayPort 1.2
2x USB-A 3.0
558 g $3195 (headset only, mandatory support license) No Yes No No Yes No No Hand tracking (Ultraleap), eye tracking
Modal VR[101] 2016 (Announced)

* Including price of VR touch peripherals.

Cancelled tethered VR headsets[edit]

Name Positional tracking Display Resolution (per eye) PPD Aspect Ratio (per eye) Refresh rate Field of view[2] Audio Connectivity Weight Price Platform Other
LG SteamVR Headset[75] Yes OLED 1440x1280 13.09 45:20 90 Hz 110º SteamVR 6DoF dual controllers

Put on hold indefinitely[102]

Standalone VR (mobile device mounts and all-in-ones)[edit]

Name Release Date (Y-M-D) Positional tracking Display Resolution (per eye) PPD Aspect Ratio (per eye) Refresh rate Field of view[2] Audio On-board

processor

Weight Price Platform Other
Samsung Gear VR 2015-11-01 No Super AMOLED** 1280x1440[103]** 8:9 96º 318 g Discontinued ($99 at release)[103][104] Oculus Mobile
Avegant Glyph 2016 1280x720[105] 16:9 434 g[105] $699[104][105]
Pico VR Goblin[106][107] 2016 No 1280x1440 14.22 8:9 70 Hz 90º Snapdragon 820 $269 Own platform
Qualcomm Snapdragon VR820[108] 2016-09-01 Inside-out 1440x1440 1:1 70 Hz Snapdragon 820 Google Daydream
Alcatel Vision 2016-09-01 1080x1020 18:17 Google Daydream
Microsoft Hololens 2016-10-12 Inside-out Intel 32-bit (1 GHz) 579 g $3000 (developers)

$5000 (enterprise)

Windows MR AR.

Gesture commands.

HELMET VISION 2016-11-02 Yes 8" OLED 1920x1200 16 16:10 120° Horizontal Intel Atom x5-Z8300 Processor Quad core 1.44-1.84 GHz $549 Windows MR Panoramic lens, 6DoF controller,
built-in headphones[20]
Pico Neo CV[109][110][111] 2017-01-01 Yes 1280x1080 14.70 1:1 90 Hz 102º Snapdragon 820 362 g $239 (Lite)

$540 (Standard)

Own platform
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 VRDK[112] 2017-02-01 Inside-out 1440x1440 1:1 70 Hz Snapdragon 835 Google Daydream
Woxter Neo VR100[113] 2017-8? No 960x1080 8:9 Octacore 2 GHz €180 Android / Google Play
HTC Vive Focus[114] 2018-1

(initially only in China)

Inside-out AMOLED[115] 1440x1600 13.09 9:10 75 Hz 110º Snapdragon 835 $599 VivePort 3DoF controller
Oculus Go[116] 2018-05-01 No LCD 1280x1440 12.8 8:9 72 Hz

60 Hz

100º (estimate)[117][118] Snapdragon 821 467 g Discontinued ($199 – €219 (32 GB version) at release) Oculus Mobile 3DoF controller

Built-in speakers

Lenovo Mirage Solo[119] 2018-05-05 Inside-out LCD 1280x1440 11.63 8:9 75 Hz 110º Snapdragon 835 645 g €399 Google Daydream 3DoF controller
GFL Developer Kit[120] 2018-05-24 Inside-out markerless (Lighthouse) OLED 1280x1440 11.63 16:9 110º[121] Nvidia Jetson TX2 Google Daydream and SteamVR
Google Daydream View[122] 2018-10-17 No Mobile Screen Depends on device Depends on device Depends on device 100º 261 g Discontinued[123] Google Daydream 3 DoF Controller
Pico G2 4K 2019-03-27 No LCD 1920x2160 8:9 75 Hz 101º Snapdragon 835 278g (goggle only) 470g (goggle+battery) $300 (32GB base version) $350 (128GB S version) Pico Store + VivePort 3DoF
Oculus Quest[124][125] 2019-05-21 Inside-out OLED 1440x1600 14.4 9:10 72 Hz[126] 94º[96] Integrated Snapdragon 835 571 g $399 (64GB version)

$499 (128GB version)

Oculus Mobile 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD, Hand Tracking (Beta)
Oculus Quest 2[127][128] 2020-10-13 Inside-out LCD[128][127] 1832x1920 20.58 N/A 120 Hz[97]

90 Hz 72 Hz

60 Hz

89°[98] Integrated

[127][128]

Snapdragon XR2 503 g[128] $299 (64 GB)

(Discontinued)

$399 (128 GB)

$499 (256 GB)

Oculus Mobile 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD, Hand Tracking (Beta)
HTC Vive Focus 3 2021-06-27 Inside-out LCD 2448x2448 20.4 1:1 90 Hz 120° Integrated Snapdragon XR2 $1300 VIVE Reality System 2.0 (Android) 6DoF controller, Removable and swappable battery
Pico Neo 3 Pro[111][129] 2021-10-01 Inside-out LCD 1832x1920 N/A 90 Hz 98º Snapdragon XR2 395 g (without headstrap) €599 Own platform 6DoF hand tracking dual controllers, 3K
HTC Vive Flow[130] 2022-03-01 Inside-out LCD 1600x1600 N/A N/A 75 Hz 100º Integrated Snapdragon XR1 189 g[131] $499 VIVE Reality System 2.0 (Android) uses phone as controller
Lenovo ThinkReality VRX 2022-09-28 (announced)
PICO 4 2022-10-18 Inside-out LCD 2160x2160 20.6 1:1 72 Hz

90 Hz

105° Integrated Snapdragon XR2 586 g €430 (128 GB)

€500 (256 GB)

Own platform 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD
Meta Quest Pro[132] 2022-10-25 Inside-out LCD 1800×1920 72 Hz

90 Hz

Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2+ 722 g $1499 Oculus Mobile Eye tracking, Face tracking, Mouth tracking, Standalone compute unit, Self tracking controller

** Not included in the headset.

Cancelled standalone devices[edit]

Name Positional tracking Display Resolution (per eye) Aspect Ratio (per eye) Refresh rate Field of view[2] Audio On-board

processor

Weight Price Platform Other
HTC Daydream Standalone[133][134][135] Inside-out Snapdragon 835 Google Daydream

Upcoming devices[edit]

The following devices have been announced but were not released yet, therefore provided information is subject to change.

Name Release Date (Y-M-D) Positional tracking Display Resolution (per eye) PPD Aspect Ratio (per eye) Refresh rate Field of view[2] Audio On-board

processor

Weight Price Platform Other
Simula One Preorder Inside-out LCD 2448x2448 per-eye 35.5 1:1 90 Hz

120 Hz

100º headphone jack Intel i7-1265U (12th Gen) $2,799 Linux Desktop Eye tracking

Hand tracking

AR Mode

DecaGear 1 Preorder Inside-out

(4 cameras)

LCD 2160x2160 18.95 1:1 90 Hz 114º In-strap speakers, dual microphones Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 $449 SteamVR 6DoF dual controllers tracked by HMD

Finger tracking

Face/eye tracking

Adaptive triggers

Hip-navigation

Fingerprint sensor[136]

PlayStation VR2[137] 2023-02-22[138] Inside-Out OLED 2000x2040 18.18 50:51 90 Hz

120 Hz

110° headphone jack $549.99 PlayStation 5 6DoF dual controllers

Adaptive triggers

Haptic feedback

Finger touch detection

Eye tracking

Vibration on headset

Pimax 12K QLED Q4 2022 Inside-Out markered, Inside-out markerless (Lighthouse) QLED Unspecified “12K” resolution 200 Hz 240º diagonal, 200º horizontal, 135º vertical In-headstrap speakers, optional off-ear speakers Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 $2399 SteamVR PC Mobile Eye tracking, Face tracking, Mouth tracking, Body tracking, Standalone compute unit
Lynx R1 Q2 2022 Inside-Out LCD 1600x1600 1:1 90 Hz Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 Standalone; PCVR compatible with SteamVR over WiFi

Extensive comparison of popular PC-based devices[edit]

The following tables compare general and technical information for a selection of popular retail head-mounted displays. See the individual display's articles for further information. Please note that the following table may be missing some information.

Optics and audio[edit]

Device Rift Vive OSVR HELMET VISION
Display technology OLED OLED OLED OLED
Resolution 1080x1200 per eye 1080x1200 per eye 960 x 1080 per eye[citation needed] 1920x1200
Display elements 2[139] 2 1 1
Optical design Fresnel/Traditional

(Hybrid)

Fresnel/Traditional

(Hybrid)

Dual aspheric lens Panoramic lens
Total resolution 2160x1200 2160x1200 1920x1080 1920x1200
Native display refresh rate 90 Hz 90 Hz 60 Hz 60 Hz
Frame interpolation Asynchronous Timewarp[140] Automatic Interleaved Reprojection[141] Asynchronous Timewarp Automatic Interleaved
Field of view[2] 80°h x 90°v[142][unreliable source] 105°h x 105°v[142][unreliable source] 100° 120°
Audio technology USB DAC with built-in

headphones (no 3.5mm jack)

USB DAC with 3.5mm

Jack

USB DAC with 3.5mm jack Built-in headphones

(Stereo sound)

Tracking[edit]

Device Rift Vive OSVR Rift S Quest
Tracking technology Camera-based with constellation Scanning laser with photodiodes Camera-based with constellation Camera-Based, Insight Tracking Camera-Based, Insight Tracking
Tracking device IR camera 2x "Lighthouse"[143] IR laser emitters IR camera 5 x Cameras 4 x Cameras
Tracking device connectivity USB 3.0 Power Only (+ Wireless link

between emitters)

USB 2.0 USB 3.0 Built In Built In
Positional tracking area TBD 4.5m x 4.5m TBD ? ?
Directional tracking 6DOF 6DOF 6DOF

(facing camera)

6DOF Inside-Out 6DOF Inside-Out

Other information[edit]

Device Rift Vive OSVR 1.4 HELMET VISION
Additional optional ports

for accessories/expansion

1x USB 3.0

1x 3.5mm audio jack for headphones

1x USB 3.0 (external)

2x USB 2.0 (internal)

3x USB 3.0
Included input device(s) Oculus Remote 2x SteamVR controllers

with 6DOF tracking

None HELMET VISION Controller with 6DOF tracking
Optional input device (in addition to traditional PC input devices) Oculus Touch controllers with 6DOF tracking (using included extra optical camera) available December 6, 2016, price $199[144] Vive Trackers for tracking real world objects and also for body tracking None None
Safety features Guardian system using play area boundary and constellation cameras Chaperone system using play area boundary and front-facing camera None Announced None Announced


Additional features Bluetooth connectivity (in Vive link Box[145]) for

communication and calling.

None announced Wifi & Bluetooth connectivity for

communication

VR support in game engines[edit]

Video Game Engines with VR support
Platform Unity Unreal Engine CryEngine Godot Platform-specific SDK
SteamVR Yes[146] Yes[147] Yes, CryEngine V[148] Yes[149]
Oculus PC (Rift and Rift S) Yes[150] Yes[147] Yes[151] Yes[97] Oculus PC SDK
Oculus Mobile Yes Yes Yes Yes[152] Oculus Mobile SDK
Windows Mixed Reality Yes, Unity 2017.2 and later[153] Yes, Unreal Engine 4 and later Yes, CryEngine Unknown
Open Source Virtual Reality Yes[154] Yes[155] Yes[156] Yes, via OpenHMD OSVR SDK

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