HTC makes also makes a great PC VR headset. It's called the HTC Vive.
The Vive uses external sensors to let you move around a full room. Add the 3D headset tracking and directional audio and it offers the most realistic VR experience you can get on a PC. Force feedback motors in the included wireless controllers add another layer of realism.
If you should step out-of-bounds, an alert tells you to get back into an external sensor’s view. A front-facing camera on the headset shows you the real world even when you're in a game.
Inside the Vive are two 3.6-inch AMOLED 1080 x 1200p displays, and together they offer a 110-degree view of your game world. A G-sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor and Steam’s VR tracking technology let your game know where you are. To get everything working, you need a Windows PC with at least an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, 4GB of RAM and an Intel Core i5 processor.
Thanks to a partnership with Steam, HTC Vive owners get access to a growing marketplace of VR games and apps. There’s LA Noire, Doom and Fallout 4. Subscribe to the VivePort subscription gaming service or watch a 360-degree video when you tire of playing the games you paid for up-front.
The HTC Vive costs $599.