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Relativty - The DIY VR Headset for "$200 or less"

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey all! I'm a big fan of VR, despite never having the hardware to own it myself, but I worked in an arcade where I experienced the Vive Pro a short while before Covid.


Anyway! I discovered this through my many VR related subscriptions. Relativty (spelt this way).



While it won't have the same level of quality perhaps as a retail unit from Valve, it's a really interesting idea! Looking forward to seeing people with more technical skills to put together their own iterations. I am looking forward to doing this when I have the necessary tools. (3D printing and soldering is involved, naturally)

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, AndreiArgeanu said:

It's a pretty interesting project to make but you can still get used Oculus Rift kits for around 200$, or a Oculus Go, new for the same amount.

I hear you, but if you're like me (and realize why Fartbook products are priced that way), then you would get far more enjoyment out of building your own.



Edited by theDapperFoxtrot
Don't like calling Fartbook by their name
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