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<p>Announcing a new virtual reality headset is almost becoming a technological cliche, but the truth is we love to hear about all these hot new head-mounted gadgets.</p><p>The more hardware spills out onto the shelves, the more VR games we're going to get. It's maths.</p><p>Latest on the virtual scene is optics manufacturer Carl Zeiss, with the smartphone head-mount, the VR One. It's a budget range holder that along the exact same lines as the Gear VR, and currently accepts either an iPhone 6 or a Samsung Galaxy S5.</p><p>But this one weighs in at just $99 US.</p>Nice Zeiss face case<p>This isn't a company we expected to get in on the VR race. Carl Zeiss is a tech company, true, but its focus has generally been on camera lenses and high-level industrial and medical optics manufacturing, which it's been doing since 1846.</p><p>But it's easy to see how it's equipped to build a cheap and cheerful smartphone head-mount, and you can expect the essential eye pieces to be of the highest quality. Early reports suggest a 100 degree field-of-view, which is deliciously wide.</p><p>The device has a unique slide out drawer that accepts your smartphone, and then slots back into the visor. A transparent cover allows for camera pass-through, and additional drawers are coming soon so the VR One will accept a wider range of smartphones.</p><p>A couple of open-source SDKs have been made available to software developers, though there's no reason to think the VR One won't be compatible with any and all smartphone-based VR games, so long as they use side-by-side video.</p><p>Pre-orders are open now, with the first VR One units expected to ship in December.</p>.