|Feature||ZapBox||Google Cardboard||Samsung Gear VR||Google Daydream||HTC Vive||Oculus Rift||Magic Leap||Microsoft Hololens|
|Mixed Reality (MR) content supported|||||||
|Virtual Reality (VR) content supported|||
|Content responds to head rotation|
|Content responds to movement in space (for room scale experiences)|
|Content respsonds to controller rotation|||
|Content responds to controller movement in space|||
|Untethered (no cables from headset)|
|Required device||iOS or Android Smartphone||iOS or Android Smartphone [Many apps Android only]||Specific Samsung devices||New high-end Android devices only||High-end PC||High-end PC||None ||None|
|Price||$30||From around $10 ||$99.99||$79||$799||$599||$3,000|
 The Gear VR has a removable front panel, and some cardboard designs have camera
cut-outs so experiences including a live camera feed are possible. We haven't come across
experiences that are anything like those we're offering with ZapBox though.
 Quality and price of Google Cardboard headsets is very variable.
 HTC Vive does have a front facing camera but they describe it as being for 'Real Word Awareness' rather than MR.
 The $599 Oculus Rift includes an Xbox One controller. Oculus Touch controllers are currently available for pre-order and will offer position and rotation tracking for an extra $199.
 Probably; our expectation is that Magic Leap will produce a stand alone device.
 The HoloLens Development Edition can deliver VR by blocking out the view of the world completely, but the display field of view is lower than dedicated VR devices.
 HoloLens trakcs hands without using an explicit controller.