The 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.
- Display: 2160 x 1200 dual display, RGB, 90 Hz, 110-degree FOV with IQE (image quality enhancement) film for reduced screen door effect.
- Optics: Custom crafted two piece SLR grade optics for clear and vibrant images. Features individual eye focal adjusters supporting +4.5 to – 2 degrees.
- Mainboard: Sensor hub with integrated accelerometer, gyroscope and compass with an external USB 3.0 connection for additional accessories. Re-programmable for additional functionality.
- Faceplate: IR faceplate interfacing with an IR Camera (included in packaging) for 360 degree positional tracking operating at 100 Hz.
- Mechanical Module: Bamboo charcoal facemask (removable) and rubber nose insert for comfort.
- Belt Box Module: Comes with a belt box that includes a surround sound audio codec and additional USB 3.0 connectivity. Also helps with cable management.
OSVR HDK2 is Designed for Developers and Enthusiasts
- Support the OSVR ecosystem with a free SDK available online.
- Make your content and hardware compatible with multiple HMDs and devices across different brands of products.
- Experience virtual reality with 2160 x 1200 dual display RGB panel technology.
- Experiment and tinker with software and hardware from a larger open-source ecosystem.
- Tinker with the headset’s modularity with 3rd party components or official upgrades.
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"Words can not describe the experience is the best way to describe the experience but I will do my best with words. I have owned a Rift DK2 and used a Rift CV1 and can say that the screen is much better and clearer on the HDK2 vs either of those. The HDK2 has the same screen resolution and size as the Vive and CV1 but has a true RGB panel, that means 50% more subpixels and a better IMAGE.jpg for the same PC horsepower. It also has true/normal lenses that are adjustable, per eye!"