Written by Staff Writer
07 Jun, 2015 | 11:19 am
HTC and Valve are playing catch-up a bit with Oculus in terms of getting their virtual reality headset out in the wild, but on Saturday, June 6, they began shipping their developer hardware, which by all accounts is much further along than Oculus VR’s first kick at the can following their original Kickstarter campaign.
The Valve/HTC Vive developer kit includes a Vive headset, along with two Lighthouse base stations which is a passive component of the input mechanism that works with the two wireless Steam VR controllers to complete the player’s sense of immersion.
Also included are the requisite cables and a set of instructions, all of which is designed to set developers up with exactly the kind of kit Valve and HTC are looking to ship to consumers later in 2015. old at the time of her death.
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