AuraVisor VR headset drums up over £73,000 in just two days

And there’s still 28 days left on the Kickstarter

It looks like the AuraVisor head-mounted computer system is about to become a reality, with its Kickstarter campaign racking up more than £73,000 in just over 48 hours.

The VR headset, which is the first virtual reality system to come with a built-in computer - removing the need for a connected PC - allows 2D movies and games to be viewed in stereoscopic 3D, with the AuraVisor capable of being connected to both PlayStation and Xbox consoles via HDMI.

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The system is equipped with a 5” TFT backlit screen capable of outputting 1080p video, a HDMI 2.0 port, Micro SD card storage, built in WiFi and also ships with its own Bluetooth games controller. In addition, the system offers a 100-degree field of view.

Audio can be delivered to the headset via a line-in, or wirelessly by Bluetooth, while a scrolling graphical interface allows you to select from its various operation modes.

The pledge goal lies at £100,000.

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