Razer has unveiled a new and potentially worthwhile virtual reality headset that'll be out in July for $400. The Hacker Development Kit (HDK) 2 has an OLED dual-display and a resolution of 2160x1200. With its "image quality enhancer" technology, the HDK 2 minimizes the usual VR "screen door" effect.
The platform is open, allowing other companies to create controllers for the headset. All games built for OSVR work with the headset and the HDK 2 can run Steam VR games that are compatible with controllers.
Individuals with vision issues can use the headset since it'll feature diopters for prescriptions +4.5 to -2.