AVEGANT GLYPH HOME THEATER HEADSET The home theater headset just got a name and the first prototype looked an awful lot like what you d see underneath a Terminator cyborg s smooth visage As Oculus did before the scrappy eight person team at Avegant is taking its impressive proof of concept to Kickstarter in hopes of funding a beta unit 500 is the base level for a Glyph and the project is set to go live on January 22nd And this sentence right here is where we re gonna stop speaking about the Glyph as if it s competing with the Oculus Rift As Avegant s CEO Ed Tang told us late last week We re not trying to compete with Oculus

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The home theater headset just got a name, and the first prototype looked an awful lot like what you’d see underneath a Terminator cyborg’s smooth visage. As Oculus did before, the scrappy eight-person team at Avegant is taking its impressive proof-of-concept to Kickstarter in hopes of funding a beta unit: $500 is the base level for a Glyph, and the project is set to go live on January 22nd. And this sentence — right here! — is where we’re gonna stop speaking about the Glyph as if it’s competing with the Oculus Rift. As Avegant’s CEO Ed Tang told us late last week: “We’re not trying to compete with Oculus.”

... AVEGANT GLYPH HOME THEATER HEADSET ... The home theater headset just got a name, and the first prototype looked an awful lot like what you’d see underneath a Terminator cyborg’s smooth visage. As Oculus did before, the scrappy eight-person team at Avegant is taking its impressive proof-of-concept to Kickstarter in hopes of funding a beta unit: $500 is the base level for a Glyph, and the project is set to go live on January 22nd. And this sentence — right here! — is where we’re gonna stop speaking about the Glyph as if it’s competing with the Oculus Rift. As Avegant’s CEO Ed Tang told us late last week: “We’re not trying to compete with Oculus.”

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