Razer OSVR HDK2
This is a competitor to the Oculus Rift and is nearly identical in specification to the DK2. Because this is built from an open-source mindset you can make the software compatible with Oculus Rift, Google cardboard and HTC Vive. 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. You'll always be up-to-date without having to buy a new headset. Operating System Compatibility OSVR has been officially ported to run on the following operating systems: Windows Android Linux Mac OS X Game Engine Support OSVR has plugins that bring its wealth of devices and peripherals into many engines: Blender MonoGame SteamVR Unity: Unreal Engine 4.x: CryEngine (under development) WebVR Basic Kit Ergonomically designed enclosure and customized adjustable orange and black OSVR head straps. HMD module with gyroscope, accelerometer and compass for accurate head tracking, as well as USB 3.0 Connectivity. IR Faceplate providing positional information at 100hz with 360 degree tracking for responsive, multi directional input. *Comes with an IR Camera for positional tracking. Display Improved OLED 5.5" Full HD with a pixel density of 401 PPI at 60 FPS for improved picture quality. Optics High performance dual lens system for ultra-sharp images. Enlarged eye-box for fuss-free setup, right out-of-box. Low geometric distortion and colour 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. Belt Box Prevents cable tangling as well as features USB 3.0 connectivity and integrated surround sound codec. Facemask Improved Bamboo charcoal microfiber foam layer facemask for additional comfort. Fully Open-Source Hardware & Software
The OSVR HDK 2 is an open source virtual reality headset for the Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) platform. With virtual reality still in its early days, the HDK 2 was designed to be an affordable, modular solution for both enthusiasts and developers allowing them to tinker and experiment with the technology without worrying about restrictions and legalities.