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From Smartphone VR Cases to Wearable Hologram Games

 - Nov 20, 2015
In case you find yourself seeking gifts for VR fans this holiday season, there are plenty of affordable options making this futuristic technology accessible to the average consumer.

An awesome example of an accessible VR headset are those produced by Knoxlabs. The masterminds behind a number of cardboard VR headsets, like the Knox One, the Knox V2 and the Knox Next, the products only require an accompanying smartphone to get set up.

Additionally, products are emerging that combine virtual reality with wearable technology marked by haptic vibration-based feedback. One example of such a product is the Tesla Suit, created by Scottish start-up Tesla Studios. Resembling a diving suit, the Tesla Suit will allow users to experience movies and games on a sensorial level.