Razer Tease New Virtual Reality System for E3 2016

    Razer’s open source virtual reality (OSVR) platform and accompany Hacker Development Kit (HDK) garnered the company a lot of attention during its announcement at CES, Las Vegas, back in January 2015. Since then the company has been quietly working to improve the system and today has teased something brand new to be revealed at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Los Angeles, later this month.

    In a post on the company’s official OSVR Facebook page and via mailout to registered member of its mailing list, Razer offered the image presented below. Obviously teasing a virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) of come kind, few other details are currently known. Whether it’s simply a redesign of the existing HDK or an entirely new HMD we’ll have to wait til this year’s E3.

    This year’s E3 takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, 14th – 16th June. VRFocus will be on the show floor bringing you all the latest news from Razer, as well as Oculus VR, Sony Interactive Entertainment and numerous other investors in the modern VR industry.