OSVROSVR has two main parts: open-source hardware and open-source software. The hardware consist of virtual reality goggles called the Hacker Development Kit. OSVR allows virtual reality developers to detect, configure and operate virtual reality devices across a wide range of operating systems.
Faceplate Module - Default for v1.4: IR Faceplate providing positional tracking. Comes with an IR Camera operating at 100hz. - Other variations include: OSVR Faceplate with Leap Motion offering embedded Leap Motion technology to support natural interaction using physical hands. Mainboard - Sensor hub with integrated accelerometer, gyroscope and compass. - External USB 3.0 connection for additional accessories. - Additional 2 x USB 3.0 connectors for internal expansion. - Re-programmable for additional functionality. Display Module - Dual Display 2160x1200 low persistence OLED silver screen with 441 PPI running at 90 fps. - IQE (Image Quality Enhancement) technology for reduced screendoor effect. Optics Module - High performance dual lens system for ultra-sharp images. - Enlarged eye-box for fuss-free setup, right out-of-box. - Low geometric distortion and colour corrected image for faster rendering. - Individual eye focus for personalized use without glasses. - *diopters cover +4.5 to -2 adjustments to cater to majority of users. HMD Mechanical Module - Removable face mask with a bamboo charcoal microfibre foam layer, additional foam padding for cheekbones and nose bridge. featuring rubber nose inserts for additional comfort. Belt Box Module - Additional USB 3.0 connectivity. - Surround Sound Audio codec integrated. - Easier cable management and ergonomics. - Signal boosters.