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Intel’s Cordless VR Headset

The Project Alloy headset incorporated Intel’s front-facing 3-D camera technology, which it calls Real Sense. That gives users the ability to use hand gestures to execute commands.The headset Krzanich showed the audience was a single unit, no trailing wires, no tethering to a computer. The design contrasts with Facebook’s Oculus Rift, the $600 VR headset that has been dinged by some reviewers because it tethers users to a box and limits movement.

Source: Intel shows off cordless virtual reality set