An open-source VR headset?

A trio of companies have teamed up to achieve just that.

Arthur Berman

VR headsets are not a new invention. A vision of such a device surfaced as far back as the 1930s, but it would take three more decades to get the first headset off the ground when Ivann Sutherland achieved that for use by the military. Baby steps followed, and it was in the 2010s when the Oculus Rift began generating significant interest in the technology, and since then, VR headset development, along with that of their AR glasses relatives, has increased significantly, with a number of new offerings entering the space or are poised to do so in the near

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