Using a proprietary 60 Ghz data signal along with 2.4 ghz for head tracking, this unit provides the freedom needed for a positive VR experiance.
Since it is OSVR (open source VR) compatible it adds some credentials to a standard beginning to form for VR. While many HMD’s will have specs outreaching others, there are compatibility issues yet to be realized and a OSVR standard will probably be a minimum far reaching standard for VR itself.
More details on release are due out this fall 2016.
A start-up has posted on KickStarter a new 360 camera for the consumer. Unlike the bulky and highly priced Pro 360 Cams, This one is designed for the consumer. But a 1080P image spread across 360 degrees is not a lot to brag about but better than any consumer offer for the money thus far.
KickStarter backing price of $109 will get you one of these cuteys.