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[* black] The folks at Oculus VR have had a busy year. Their hard work culminates into one amazing piece of hardware, the Oculus Rift Development Kit 2. Features include:
[* red] Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometergyroscope, and magnetometer with an update rate of 1000 Hz
[* red] Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometergyroscope, and magnetometer with an update rate of 1000 Hz
[* orange] Positional tracking via external camera with near-infrared CMOS sensor
[* yellow] Low-persistence 5.7" Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 960 x 1080 per eye
[* green] Built-In latency tester
[* blue] 100° field of view (nominal)
[* black] All well and good, but DK1 ran away with an impressive [guide|13682|9/10 repairability score|stepid=46010] when it hit our teardown table in the Spring of 2013. Here's hoping that score holds as the Rift evolves from developer prototype to consumer productits newest incarnation. Let's see what's what!
[* black] All well and good, but DK1 ran away with an impressive [guide|13682|9/10 repairability score|stepid=46010] when it hit our teardown table in the Spring of 2013. Here's hoping that score holds as the Rift evolves from developer prototype to consumer productits newest incarnation. Let's see what's what!