Chaperone, Microsoft HoloLens, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift
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Oculus Rift Earphones - earbuds that can replace the removable headphones that come with the Rift.
Ricoh Theta SC - link - mid-range 360 Camera by Ricoh
Ricoh R - 360 Camera that can live stream in 360 degrees for 24 hours straight.
Samsung Gear VR (2017) - 2017 version of Samsung Gear VR
AMBEO VR Mic - reference 1 - VR Microphone by Sennheiser
Flying Eye by 360 Designs - ref 1 - 360 Camera designed to record from a drone.
KwikVR - link - wireless kit that allows for untethered VR for $300.
Surround 360 - reference 1 - VR Camera and stitching pipeline by Facebook
Bridge - reference 1, reference 2 - VR and AR Slide-on HMD
Vive Tracker - reference 1, reference 2 - allows developers to create Input Devices for HTC Vive with the Lighthouse tracking system.
VRGE - charging dock for VR hardware
Hubblo VR - 4k resolution, 360 degrees, 3D Camera that costs about $1000.
Pico Neo CV - fully untethered, positionally tracked HMD.
Intel Project Alloy - reference 1 reference 2 - Intel's standalone prototype VR HMD.
Lenovo Windows Mixed Reality HMD - reference 1
Mi VR Play - Xiaomi
Arena Infinity - Striker VR
TPCAST wireless Vive kit ref 1 - Makes HTC Vive wireless.
Yi Halo - 8k x 8k VR Camera with seamless stitching in the Google Jump family
Bridge SDK - ref 1 - Logitek's SDK that allows the user to use a Vive Tracker to create and use a VR keyboard from a physical keyboard.
Oculus Go - ref 1 - Low-end standalone HMD similar to Mobile VR HMD with 3DOF controller
Seurat - ref 1, ref 2 - Google's surface light-field technology that will bring great visuals to mobile VR.
DaystAR - ref 1 - Standalone AR HMD by Lenovo
ARKit - ref 1, ref 2 ref 3 - Apple's AR framework that allows developers to create AR experiences on iOS devices.
ManoMotion - ref 1 - Hand Gesture input for ARKit
ARCore - ref 1 - Google's AR API that allows developers to create AP apps for Android devices.
GoPro Fusion - ref 1 - 360 Camera by GoPro
VRTrek - reference 1 - sensor device that tests the HMD. Used by Benchmark's VRScore
SteamVR Knuckles - reference 1, ref 2 - New SteamVR controllers for the HTC Vive.
Mi VR Play 2 - Xiaomi's $14 mobile HMD
Moto 360 - 360 Camera from Motorola Phone
HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset - ref 1
ZED mini - ref 1, ref 2 - depth and motion sensing camera that can be attached to the HMD to turn it into an AR headset!
HP Z VR Backpack PC - ref 1 - HP's VR-ready Backpack PC that doubles as a desktop
ASUS ZenFone AR - smartphone that supports both Tango and Daydream.
AxonSuit - Full body tracking and tactile feedback by AxonVR
Taclim - VR shoes and gloves that tracks your movement and gives tactile feedback.
VRgluv - glove Input Device with haptic feedback for VR
Insta360 - 8K resolution, 360 degrees, VR camera
aGlass - ref 1 - $220 plug and play eye tracking module for HTC Vive
MSI Backpack PC - wearable PC that can be used for Discrete VR devices such as HTC Vive.
Epson Moverio - smart glasses
ionVR - reference 1 - Cardboard-based slide-on HMD that aims to reduce latency with better
Movidius Myriad 2 - vision processing unit (VPU)
Lenovo Explorer aka Lenovo Windows Mixed Reality Headset - ref 1 - Windows 10 VR
Dell Visor aka Dell Windows Mixed Reality Headset - ref 1, ref 2 - Windows 10 VR
Avegant Glyph - some kind of HMD
Infinadeck - omnidirectional treadmill
Skywand - Aerial photography drone planning software that utilizes VR.
Gloveone - hand tracking input device with haptics.
Entrim 4D - Headphones that physically stimulate the inner ear to cause the user to believe that they are actually moving. Developed by Samsung's C-Labs.
Pollen - First person space exploration game for Rift and Vive
The Climb - Oculus Rift-exclusive game by Crytek
Damaged Core - FPS game for the Oculus Rift CV1
Facebook Spaces - Social VR from Facebook
OrbusVR - ref1 - VR MMORPG
Bandai Namco VR ZONE
The VOID - VR world on top of a physical theme park
Predictive tracking - ref 1