rEvolve- Headstrap for the HTC Vive
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rEvolve is a Vive accessory that provides a flip up display, perfectly centered weight distribution, and fits with a single grip. So putting on and wearing your Vive (Virtual Reality Headset) will be as effortless as wearing a baseball cap. Plus, you will enjoy more immersive VR with the increased field of view, and a hassle free audio experience now that the headphones are routed through the rEvolve.
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Additional parts, assembly, and attaching your rEvolve
In addition to the 3D files, you will need three springs and padding to make the rEvolve function properly. If you do not want to make and purchase these yourself, you can purchase padding and springs (or a fully printed and assembled rEvolve) at http://www.synergywiz.com/revolve.
Once printed follow the instructions below to assemble your rEvolve:
Once assembled use the instructions below to attach your rEvolve:
Please Note: The front requires supports on the arms.
1 Small Spring
Wire (in.) 0.028
O.D. (in.) 0.187
Overall Length (in.) 1
Solid Height(in.) 0.48
2 Large Springs
Wire (in.) 0.026
O.D. (in.) 0.375
Overall Length (in.) 1.5
Solid Height(in.) 0.26
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rEvolve- Headstrap for the HTC Vive by SynergyWiz is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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