With a brand like Zeiss on the front you know that the quality of lens and glass is going to be good, and while Smartphone enabled VR headsets are pretty simple there’s a few reasons why it’s worth looking at the quality before you buy.
While you are essentially just looking at your smartphone super close to your eyes, what makes the experience virtual is the blocking out of the rest of your environment and the lenses inside which take the smartphone image and represent it to each eye.
The distributionof Zeiss VR in Australia is the first time the brand’s VR products have been seen in retail here, having been picked up by RIISE who also distribute the 360fly in Australia.
Using that distribution knowledge you can imagine a strong retail presence as ‘VR and 360’ become an outright category in retail.
Today the ZEISS VR ONE Plus launches which it’s claimed sets a benchmark in optics, ergonomics and design.
Ergonomics is perhaps the most important thing to consider when buying – this is something you’re strapping to your head so you want it to be comfortable.
The ZEISS VR ONE Plus will be available for $199.95 in retail and online.