ZEISS - VR One Plus Virtual Reality Headset - white
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Supports smartphones with screen sizes between 4.7 and 5.5 inch
Thanks to the universal tray most smartphone models are supported (Except LG G4 and Sony Xperia Z5 Premium).
Lightweight design and 100% portability
Make it the perfect companion for videos, games and augmented reality.
Made for everyone
No lens adjustment necessary for interpupillary distance.
Wear your glasses
You can wear eyeglasses as normal while using the headset.
No need to make any mechanical adjustments
A large so called eye-box was designed to cover most of the people eye distances.
Transparent front shield
Enabling smartphone cameras for augmented reality apps.
Openings in the universal smartphone tray
Guarantees access to the smartphone's audio and charging ports.
Head strap and foam
The head strap and the over-the-head strap is detachable and can be put on when needed. The foam is detachable and can be replaced after soiling.
Air vents ensure problem-free ventilation and prevent the headset from fogging up.
- AR cube
- Head strap & over-the-head strap
- Owner's manual
- Universal tray
- ZEISS VR One Plus Virtual Reality Headset
- Device TypeSmartphone
- Movement TrackingNo
- Control TypeSmartphone
- Product NameVR One Plus Virtual Reality Headset
- Model Number2174-931
- Color CategoryMulti
- Integrated Speaker(s)No
- Adjustable HeadbandYes
- Integrated MicrophoneNo
- Volume KeysNo
- Back ButtonNo
- Cover TypeOpaque
- Phone Eject ButtonYes
- Interactive ButtonsNo
- Water ResistantNo
- Hands Free OperationYes
- Display TypeNot Applicable
- Field of View100 degrees
- Focus Adjustment WheelNo
- Interpupillary Distance AdjustmentYes
- Model CompatibilityUniversal
- Connector Ports Required0
- Headphone JackNo
- Compatible DevicesSmartphones with screen sizes 4.7 - 5.5 inch
- Remote Control IncludedNo
- Motion Tracking Sensors IncludedNo
- Number Of Batteries Included0
- Auto Power-OffNo
- Product Height9.2 inches
- Product Depth5.9 inches
- Product Weight23.2 ounces
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 year
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 year
Rating 3.6 out of 5 stars with 651 reviews(651 Reviews)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Abdolute fun. Great beginning virtual reality goggPosted .
This is an interesting instrument. My 12 year old grandson had no trouble learning to insert iPhone and finding fun things to view. The head straps required a bit of analysis because we don't usually wear stuff strapped to our heads. One tray snapped as my 14 year old grandson forced the iPhone. But we went on line and ordered a new tray. I love the Zeiss VRG for fun but wish I could use it for more meaningful experiences. I would like my instructional or intellectual "stuff". And am curious about the technology. How did it start and for what purpose?I would recommend this to a friend
FeaturesQuality5 out of 5Value5 out of 5Ease of Use5 out of 5
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Good for vr gamesPosted .Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
Good products for kids, quality is good as well so is the price.
FeaturesQuality5 out of 5Value5 out of 5Ease of Use5 out of 5I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Horrible with IPhonePosted .
This did not work well with my IPhone, difficulty , slow loading . I'll wait for one that Apple puts outNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Into the FuturePosted .
I am amazed at the feeling I got when I viewed the samples with this headset! I had waited till the Zeiss came into the store as I wanted the exceptional optics that Zeiss is noted for! It was worth the wait! The universal smart phone tray holds my IPhone 6s plus, only without the protection case. The goggles are very comfortable for long periods of time. I would state though they can take a little getting used to. I wore them a little to long at first and became very dizzy after taking them off. I tried the roller coaster, an airplane simulation with dog fights, and a virtual tour in a museum. So I have not even gotten into the gaming aspects yet! These goggles are a high quality optical accessory that you will love to have!I would recommend this to a friend
FeaturesValue5 out of 5Ease of Use1 out of 5Quality2 out of 5
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Seriously lacking... but...Posted .Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
First let me address price. It's currently listed at 60 bucks, but on sale for just 10 dollars. That got me to buy it, because I was fooled into thinking this was actually a 60 dollar headset... It's not worth more than 10-15. And even then, probably not even worth buying. Build quality... feels pretty cheap, but the phone slides in and stays secured. Great. Design/ Fit... I mean, I have a larger than average nose, but it's not giant. The part that sits on your nose is very uncomfortable. I think if my nose were small it wouldn't be as big of an issue. I just wish they had padding around that area so the sharp edge doesn't rest on my nose. Use... There's no buttons or controller, so often need to take the phone out to just move from one thing to the next. The optics are actually not very good either. I feel fooled that this was put out by Zeiss- a company with a long history of making good optics. Crappy plastic lenses with lots of distortion if not in the exact right position. Now after saying all the bad stuff, I watched a few videos and was thoroughly entertained. The IT promo in VR on Youtube was awesome, despite it being uncomfortable and not the best visual quality. There were also some cool effects in some other apps that just really take you out of reality and make you feel somewhat connected to this virtual world. All in all. This got me interested in spending real money on a VR headset. For 10 bucks, it's worth to fiddle around with it. I'm not sure it's worth any more than that.
FeaturesValue5 out of 5Ease of Use1 out of 5Quality2 out of 5No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
My CritiquePosted .
I honestly tried 3 different VR headsets from Google Cardboard to this Zeiss VR One Plus. The phone as screen VR headsets both were difficult to focus my vision and I believe are fundamentally flawed for that reason. I read many of the reviews before buying but the reviews did not characterize the obvious limitations of the 3D VR phone experience. I happily found the recently released and 5 times as expensive Oculus GO which solved my focus and 3D VR troubles. I believe the built in screen was the key, I have had no headache or focus problems with the GO and I am overall thrilled with what it can do. If I cant see clearly view the VR made the Zeiss headset unusable to me, regardless of the price difference. I believe that’s what matters most.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Good for the price I paid. Not a quality product. But it works okayNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
FeaturesQuality3 out of 5Value3 out of 5Ease of Use3 out of 5
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
It's okay for simple VR watchingPosted .Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
This is basically a glorified google cardboard. The lenses aren't adjustable, and there's no trigger button. Attempts to attach a bluetooth controller to my device didn't work out as hoped, as the included demo app didn't treat any of the controller buttons as a trigger button. This VR peripheral is okay for watching videos and perhaps playing games that do not require a trigger button. I also had issues with the fixed lenses causing the image to not appear as it should. This was more an issue with individual apps, but adjusting lenses would've helped. I got this on sale for about $20, and it's great for very simple VR... but don't expect much from it.
FeaturesQuality3 out of 5Value3 out of 5Ease of Use3 out of 5No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Asked by Riley.
- A:Answer The goggles require no power, it is only displaying the screen from your phone thru the goggles lenses.
Answered by KimR
Asked by Clueless.
- A:Answer No to Netflix. Yes to YouTube, but only for 360° videos in YouTube, not all videos. If you are looking for 360° videos in YouTube, see this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzuqhhs6NWbgTzMuM09WKDQ
Answered by Siddharth
Asked by Derekbra.
- A:Answer I doubt any iPad would work... too big. Any version iPod or iPhone should be fine though.
Answered by BostonBrian
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer The cube is not needed for operation.
Answered by CommunityAnswer