Android based mobile headsets like the GearVR are the cheapest hardware that supports Vivid Vision Home. They use select Samsung phones combined with the GearVR headset to provide a high-quality virtual reality experience.
If you don't already have a powerful computer and don't want to spend $1,500+ getting a PC-based headset and compatble computer system, we recommend getting a GearVR and one of the supported phones for $400-$800 instead. Another advantage to android-based headsets is that they are mobile, allowing you to bring Vivid Vision Home with you wherever you go.
You can get any GearVR compatible phone with a phone plan, and that is often a good way to save some money on the cost of the phone. If you are not planning on switching plans, you can still get the phone without a plan and use Wi-Fi to connect to the internet.
Additional Accessories Required
- Gear VR Headset Shop
- Android Bluetooth Gamepad Shop
Setting Up the GearVR
- Connect android bluetooth controller
- Follow included instructions with your android bluetooth controller
Already have an activation code?
Click on the image below to continue setting up Vivid Vision Home on your Android device.
or follow this link.
Don't have an activation code? Contact your Vivid Vision Provider and ask them for your Vivid Vision Home activation code.