Razer Open Source VR

Razer flips the script on Oculus VR, opening its virtual garden.

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Designed to spur the development of virtual reality gaming on a massive scale, Razer's Open Source VR is an Oculus Rift headset copycat that boasts a very attractive $200 list price. That's cool, but the big news here is that—as the name would suggest—it's entirely open-source. Razer is banking on a fanatical VR gaming fanbase to make its product successful, but that seems like a safe bet to us.

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