Razer’s New Virtual Reality Gaming Headset Encourages Open-Source Hacking

Virtual reality gaming is in its super-hype phase. But even with the recent developments and industry buzz, the technology still ranks as nascent. If it’s going to grow in a healthy fashion, it needs standards—assurances to developers and manufacturers that their software and hardware will work with all the VR products and games coming to the market.

That’s the principle behind OSVR, a new group formed by hardware and software heavyweights to promote interoperability around virtual reality gaming.

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