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Google's VR Headset Is So Comfortable I Never Want to Take It Off

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Keith Hake
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It isn t the worlds that the Google Maps app allow me to visit.

It isn t even the immediate sensation of wonder that VR still instills me.

It looks like wearing a sweatshirt on your face my coworker coos, and I feel the sudden pressure of hands on the headset, gently stroking the soft jersey knit fabric that the headset is wrapped in.

The comfy one you reach for when it s cold and rainy and you want to bundle up.

It s part of Google s big foray into VR, where it thinks the successes won t be with systems like the Vive or Playstation VR, but with mobile systems like the GearVR.

Consequently Daydream is cheap, super user friendly, and requires nothing more than the VR headset and a powerful Android phone phones powerful enough will be Daydream approved —currently only the Google Pixel is fully supported .

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