Developers can now apply to get a free HTC Re Vive VR headset


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HTC revealed back in March that they’d be giving select developers a chance to get a free HTC Re Vive virtual reality headset, and now the day for you to try your hand at getting one has arrived. Valve and HTC have opened up the signup sheet for any interested developers.

Much like how Google hooked lucky developers up with Glass, Valve and HTC aren’t looking for just anyone. They want the best developers with the most interesting ideas to apply.

If you don’t have a great idea, a good concept or can’t show the proof, skill and wherewithal to convince them you can develop for virtual reality, this form is not for you. If you’ve never typed out a line of code, this form is definitely not for you. But if you are a developer with a unique idea but lacking the hardware to see it through, be sure to head right here (you’ll need a Steam account) and throw your name into the hat. Good luck!

[via Valve]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Console.WriteLine(“I iz a developer. Can I haz a headset?”);
    Console.ReadLine(“You iz not developer. Press enter to quit.”);

    Ah… Even my own code says I’m not a developer. =.[

    I can’t wait until VR becomes more… user affordable. Though I heard you need like the latest PC hardware to even use these things. ._.

  2. The Vive VR seems like a more successful device than the M9. I saw many people who tested this have said this the best VR experience ever. This could be a great threat to the Oculus Rift. Glad to see HTC has revolutionise the VR industry.

    1. Especially since it can use your surroundings.

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