In March 2014, Vrvana (TRG back then) announced the Totem Virtual-Reality headset – a competitor to Oculus Rift’s OLED-based HMD . After months in development, Vrvana launched a kickstarter campaign to raise $350,000. As of the time of writing, they raised almost $100,000 – with 28 days to go so this looks like a promising project. The headset includes a Full-HD RGB-Stripe AMOLED display, HDMI input and 11 sensors (including 2 cameras and 3 gyros). It supports the Unreal, Unity, Havok and CryEngine engines, and can be used with a PC, A PS3/PS4 and Xbox One & 360. An early-bird edition via Kickstarter costs around $400. Read more about A VR headset powered by a Full-HD AMOLED attempts to raise $350,000

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A VR headset powered by a Full-HD AMOLED attempts to raise $350,000