homeheroproductimageI’ve been using the Divine Viewer Virtual Reality Headset prototype for several days now. In the search for the best VR experience I’ve also tried a number of other headsets as well.

A number of the characteristics that stand out to me with Divine Viewer are the washable face padding, the lens adjustments and also the comfort of the unit. The face padding isn’t foam like many others. It is more of a faux leather which could be washed with a disinfectant wipe. I enjoy this feature because I don’t should share someone’s face germs simply to permit them to attempt my Divine Viewer.

The lenses have flexible width and depth perception to help you see definitely making using my spectacles a thing of the past. I normally wear eyeglasses as well as the truth is that I can take them away to use my headset. This an outstanding characteristic for me.

Finally, I have found that the Divine Viewer to be the most comfortable headset I attempted. The padding on the straps is very soft and the 3 point padded strap evenly distributes the weight of the unit. The face padding helps in this area additionally, it’s a lot comfier in relation to the units with only foam padding.


Divine Viewer Pros:

Cozy Design: Soft leather edges around face mask & flexible strips soft leather edges round the face mask.

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Immersive: Awesome quality stuff, straightforward Layout and completely functional. High definition optical resin lenses to get the most immersive 3D screening. It’s possible for you to love your very own IMAX at home anytime.

FD and PD Allowance Function: PD and FD could be corrected to the ideal value to appropriate for lots of people.

Divine Viewer Cons:

Fog: I discovered the lens did fog up soon after using them, but that went away almost immediately.

Weight: Unit consists of lots of plastic components so it did feel a little hefty, although quite tough. Nothing comparable to how significantly heavy the virtual reality headsets were like in the 90s.

I also noticed that bigger phones give a better view. It will work fine with a 3.5-5.5 inches’ smartphone but I recommend a size 4.7- 5.5 inch screen for a fuller field of view.

It is a great device and with hundreds of apps already out and more being released every week I think it’s worth picking up. Learn more at: http://www.divineviewer.com/