Razer launches a 20% discount for the latest version of its OSVR-based viewer with which it intends to make its arrival easier in the hands of developers and students.
More and more developers, researchers and students are interested in virtual reality, and Razer wants to make it easier for them to adopt the technology. To do this, it offers them the option of obtaining a 20% discount on its Hacker Developer Kit version 2 (HDK 2), through a form in which all interested parties can register to receive their discount code and the steps to follow to make the purchase. Its price without discount is € 499.99, so it can be purchased for € 399.99 with the discount. This initiative is also valid for study centers, in order to obtain devices for their students.
HDK 2 uses the open OSVR standard designed in a modular and scalable way for integration with multiple devices, is compatible with major development engines such as Unity, Unreal and CryEngine, and has a unique installer that simplifies the initial configuration task. The viewer does not yet have a commercial version, but it is already officially part of Steam, so those interested in playing will be able to find a large number of applications compatible with OSVR.