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The Samsung Gear VR is designed specifically to hold hands with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 — the company’s flagship 5.7″ Quad HD-screened phablet.
Like Google Cardboard, the user inserts the phablet into the Gear VR’s slot, connects the phone to the headset via USB and well, lets the magic happen. Thanks to the ultra-wide field of vision, users have suggested that wearing the headset and watching a movie is as immersive as actually being within the movie itself. Quite impressive.
While VR might just be taking off for the mainstream consumer audience, Samsung has also released a list of possible hazards its device might present.
Samsung warns users excessively about the side effects of VR, including nausea, seizures, eye pain, muscle twitching, strained vision and an entire log book of other possible symptoms. Of course, this is just the hardware manufacturer covering all its bases.
For those who are still interested after that, the Gear VR Innovator Edition is available on the Oculus store website.