Razer first unveiled their open-source VR HMD Dev-Kit, the OSVR, in January 2015. The company has now released an update prototype, and one of the new features is a Full-HD OLED display, which replaces the LCD used in the first iteration. As expected, the OLED offers higher contrast – and lower latency. Razer aims to release the so called Hacker Developer Kit in June 2015, and it will cost $200. It’s great to see another VR developer opting for OLED displays. We’ve seen this happen with Oculus Rift and just last week Sony unveiled the latest Morpheus OLED prototype . According to Oculus, OLED is a must for VR applications due to the technology’s ultra-fast response rate. Read more about Razer's OSVR open-source VR HMD Dev-Kit also opts for an OLED display

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Razer’s OSVR open-source VR HMD Dev-Kit also opts for an OLED display