UPDATED - OCTOBER 2017
At the Optera Group, we are seeing a big upswing in the number of businesses using the HTC Vive (“Vive”) as a field-based VR tool. Typically they’re getting sent to trade shows, demos at customer sites or rotating through remote offices.
While the Vive is a consumer product, it does take a good number of components to make it work. Traveling – especially flying - adds a bit more complexity to your Vive setup.
Having put some serious travel miles on the Vive in the past year, Optera has found a great “travel kit” of equipment for the Vive. Below is our list of gear that travels well – along with some tips to make it work great on the road.
If packed smartly, the following should fit into a single travel road case that can be checked as luggage at the airport.
If you have any questions or need help putting a travel kit together, give us a ring. We’d be happy to help.