In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a VR headset for your next AR project, whether you’re building a gaming headset or building a wearable device.
In this article, I’ve created a VR goggles prototype.
In the next tutorial, we’ll build a prototype headset using the same techniques.
In each step, I explain the advantages and disadvantages of the different approaches and how to combine them in a final headset.
You’ll also get to see how I created a prototype of my own VR headset.
If you have questions, you can also find answers to common VR headset questions at the Oculus Connect conference on August 9.
Key features: A virtual reality-ready headset that works with all VR headsets, including the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Virtual reality-compatible with all headsets and headsets that support it, including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Sony Morpheus.
An optical design that allows you to place the headset on the top of your head, or on your head without it.
A simple interface that allows for easy setup and calibration.
The ability to control the headset with your hands or a joystick.
Access to all the hardware and software required to build and develop a headset.
Designs and manufacturing capabilities that are similar to traditional headsets, allowing you to customize the headset and customize the final headset to fit your needs.
Software capabilities that allow you to create custom headset profiles, which allow you not only to build customized headsets, but also to create new VR headsets.
And much more.