Razer has created a VR-helmet with built-in Leap Motion

Razer has created a VR-helmet with built-in Leap Motion

Razer has created a VR-helmet with built-in Leap Motion

Manufacturers sensor Leap Motion, allows you to interact with the computer without a keyboard and mouse are now an official partner OSVR, open platform for virtual reality funded by Razer, Sensics, and many others.

Leap Motion has worked in the union of their developments with the technology of virtual reality over the last year and even demonstrated some ability to collaborate with OSVR at CES in Las Vegas in January this year.

Together with OSVR Leap Motion will be attachable front panel offered as a stand (available as an accessory) and came with Hacker Dev Kit VR in June this year.

The Leap – a small USB-device designed for desktop users, working part is up, thus creating a 3D-interaction region.

The developers of this technology are actively implementing it in the HP and Asus. Leap Motion can detect finger and hand movement in three dimensions.

If you’re not familiar with what it looks like Leap Motion technology and what it can do in virtual reality, look as presented. Technical support Leap Motion and OSVR plugin will work with VR-applications Leap Motion.

Source: CNET

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