Leap Motion Will Come Embedded in Razer’s New OSVR Headsets

Leap Motion is making a new push into virtual reality. The company announced a new partnership with Razer that will put Leap Motion’s motion-tracking capabilities directly in the OSVR headset when it ships later this year. When Razer’s Hacker Development Kit headset for OSVR becomes available later in 2015, developers will have the option of buying a faceplate that has Leap Motion’s gesture-tracking hardware and software embedded inside. Virtual reality has become an increasing area of focus for Leap Motion since last summer when the company released a mount that allowed VR developers to manually mount a Leap Motion controller onto headsets.