By Todd Martens LA Times
The brakes have officially been released on the virtual-reality era.
This week, Oculus’ $599 Rift headsets begin arriving on the doorsteps of consumers who pre-ordered the device in January. Two more high-end VR headsets are on the way, one from HTC and another from Sony, designed to work with the company’s PlayStation 4 home video game console.
And it’s been hard to miss Samsung’s commercials for its midlevel, Oculus-powered Gear VR headset, endorsed by rapper Lil Wayne and compatible with some of its mobile devices. Then there’s the low-cost Google Cardboard, which works with most any smartphone.
The race is on.
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