Friday, November 14, 2014


Oculus Rift - Development Kit 2

The DK2 has a 5-inch 1080p OLED display with low-persistence technology. Positional tracking is achieved with an array of IR LEDs and a custom camera. For the new Oculus Rift dev kit, the IR LEDs seen on Crystal Cove have been hidden behind an IR-transparent housing, so no more white dots on the outside of the unit. The lenses have been improved over the DK1; they are larger and clearer across the board. The camera that ships with the device is custom made by Oculus VR, not a rebrand of some existing device. Thanks to the camera and the IR LED array, the unit is capable of positional tracking with sub-millimeter accuracy.

        Resolution: 960×1080 per eye
        Refresh Rate: 75 Hz, 72 Hz, 60 Hz
        Persistence: 2 ms, 3 ms, full
        Viewing Optics: 100ยบ Field of View (nominal)
        Cable: 10’ (detachable)
        Input: HDMI 1.4b
        USB device: USB 2.0
        USB host: USB 2.0 (requires DC Power Adapter)
        Camera USB: USB 2.0
    Inertial Tracking
        Sensors: Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Magnetometer
        Update Rate: 1000 Hz
    Positional Tracking
        Sensor: Near Infrared CMOS Sensor
        Update Rate: 60 Hz
        Weight: 440 g (without cable)
    Included Accessories
        DC Power Adapter
        International Power Plugs
        Nearsighted lens cups
        Lens cleaning cloth

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Oculus Rift - Development Kit 2

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