By Heather Newman
Two major initiatives to open-source the software that controls virtual reality headsets are working together.
Gaming hardware maker Razer, which leads the Open Source Virtual Reality standard drive, said this morning that Valve’s Open VR initiative is the latest to sign up with the standard. The move brings together two heavyweights in the open-source battle for VR. And a $5.2 billion prize is at stake: That’s the amount the VR industry is expected to be worth by 2018, according to U.K. analyst KZero.
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