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Oculus Rift VR headset accessory mounts

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Oculus Rift VR headset accessory mounts by calebkraft Apr 16, 2013
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Quick clip on mout for putting hydra/ webcams on the front of the oculus rift VR headset

One piece clips onto the front and is easily removable. this has mounting spots for velcro or the camera mount attachment.

The camera mount attachment can be slid into the keyholes on the face plate. It has tons of slots for velcro in both vertical and horizontal orientations. You may have to drill the holes to get the pins to fit right.

The smaller piece can be threaded onto the top strap for adding sensors to the top/back of your head.

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I'd propose a module for forward or downward mounting a MS Kinect sensor. Downward could be used to track a users hands.
Also precision dual camera mount for stereoscopic applications would be nice.

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