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Well I got to test the VR of Samsung. They are claiming that their resolution is higher than the ps4 and Oculus and yet their tech cost only $100. Well this resolution from the source(my phone) may be indeed higher than 1080p and or greater but this doesn’t mean what you see inside the headset with your own eyes looks like it. In fact nothing could be further from the truth. The things you see on your TV coming in at 1080p or higher are absolutely beautiful, crisp and clear.

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The interface and all the apps running with games or whatever you simulate inside is like looking at your TV through a crystal ball. Things are actually really bad when compared to the same scene on you monitor or TV. As blurry as this imagine above looks it still doesn’t touch on just how bad the clarity is in the headset. If this means that other VR sets are going to do the same thing they can keep all of them. In fact word out of most of these events is that it indeed is the same. The videos shown on YouTube or the same game played on the TV or monitor fools people to think that this is what they will see inside the VR window screen and it isn’t. Was I able to turn around 360 views, have touch access, and looks like it’s right in front of you? Yes. Every other thing was what they claimed but the clarity of the screen inside the headset. The perfect example of what it’s like is when you go to the eye glass place and they put that mask over you face with all the lens inside to ask you which lens looks better. That actually a perfect example what it feels like and looks like when you look at things inside. It like you have several lens of glass in front of a blown up TV screen. I only hope I’m wrong about this when the ps4 vr hits but something tells me I’m not.

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