Razer, a games hardware business best known for its gaming mouse and keyboards, has developed an open-source virtual-reality headset known, obviously, as Razer OSVR. Both the equipment and software are open supply, so this could be a quick route to market for third parties if VR actually takes down. In that sense, Razer OSVR is a bit like Android. Razer plans to ship a $200 Hacker Dev Kit this summer, and claims developers will be able to use it to develop software for other VR systems aswell. It will support the key game engines, including Unity 3D, Unreal Engine 4 and HeroEngine.
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