GameFace headset offers wireless, Android-powered Oculus Rift alternative

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GameFace headset offers wireless, Android-powered Oculus Rift alternative
GameFace Labs detailed its in-development GameFace Mark 4 VR headset at last week's CES in Las Vegas, revealing that its Oculus Rift competitor features head-tracking wireless gameplay without requiring a connected PC.

Engadget reports that a 3D-printed prototype version of the GameFace connected with a DualShock 3 controller to aid player immersion, though some games were controlled via physical movement. The device offers a 5.2-inch, 1920x1080 LED panel, and a Tegra 4 processor powered demonstration games like Dead Trigger.

The GameFace 4 will be supported by an Android VR-specific storefront featuring an array of compatible games. GameFace Labs is aiming for a retail release by the end of the year.
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