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The OSVR Hacker Dev Kit v2.0 from Razer is a virtual reality headset designed to be open source and user upgradeable. All of the schematics and drawings are available online for download, so you can even build your own or improve on existing designs. Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) is an ecosystem designed to be an open standard for virtual reality input devices and supported by many industry leaders. The Hacker Dev Kit (HDK), or headset, is composed of a faceplate module, mainboard, display module, lenses, and a Head-Mounted Display (HMD) mechanical module. Used in conjunction with the belt box module, which assists with cable management and provides additional connectivity, you'll be able to experience virtual reality games, videos, and more. The IR faceplate and camera will track movements; however, you'll still need a compatible controller to complete the VR experience.
Please note that this is a developer's kit and will require technical know-how to use. The kit is designed to balance quality with system requirements, meaning most mid-range gaming PCs should be able to run it. Do note, however, that the quality of your experience ultimately depends on the system requirements of individual VR experiences, and some will be more demanding than others.
In line with the OSVR vision, the entire hardware design is open source, so you can even build your own. This allows for add-ons for cameras, positional trackers, and more. Just download the 3D files and create your own VR headset.
The OSVR Hacker Development Kit is designed to be user upgradable, allowing VR enthusiasts and developers to swap key components within the HDK, like optics, displays, and faceplates, in order to get the experience they want. Thus, you'll always be up-to-date without having to buy a new headset.
Provides positional information with 360-degree tracking for responsive, multi-directional input
For use with the included IR camera that operates at 100 Hz.
Sensor hub with integrated accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass
External USB 3.0 connection for additional accessories
Additional two USB 3.0 connectors for internal expansion
Re-programmable for additional functionality
Dual Display 2160 x 1200 low persistence OLED silver screen with 441 PPI running at 90 fps.
IQE (Image Quality Enhancement) technology for reduced screendoor effect.
High-performance, dual-lens system for sharp images
Enlarged eye-box for easy setup right out of the box
Low geometric distortion and color-corrected image for faster rendering
Individual eye focus for personalized use without glasses
Diopters cover +4.5 to -2 adjustments to cater to majority of users
HMD Mechanical Module
Removable face mask
Bamboo charcoal microfiber foam layer for additional comfort
Thicker foam padding for cheekbones and rubber insert for nose bridge add comfort