- $69 - Up to 3 Nights
- $85 - Up to 5 Nights
- $99 - Up to 7 Nights
- Long Term Rentals Available
With no external sensors needed, this is super simple to setup! Built-in cameras track the movement of you and your two controllers.
The headset features the same high resolution of the Vive Pro (78% higher resolution than the regular HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, and over double that of the PlayStation VR). Additionally, Samsung applied a special Anti-Screen Door Effect technology to help give visuals a more seamless look (less space between the pixels).
To go with those crisp visuals, AKG 360° spatial audio headphones are built-in. As with other headsets, you can still mirror the audio to your TV or PC speakers, which is ideal for events.
- 1 x Samsung Odyssey+ Windows Mixed Reality Headset
- 1 x 3.8m cable (from the headset to HDMI and USB 3.0)
- 2 x Wireless Motion Controllers
- 2 x VR Covers
- 4 x Eneloop Pro AA Batteries
- 1 x Eneloop Pro Battery Charger
- 1 x Cleaning Cloth
Details on how the rental works, comparisons of the different headsets, frequently asked questions and more, are all available in our Virtual Reality Rental Guide.
Microsoft offers a free download to check your PC's compatibility, this can be downloaded here: PC Check.
The system requirements for the headset include:
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, AMD RX 470 / 570 equivalent or better
CPU: Intel i5-4590, AMD Ryzen 5 1400, or better
RAM: 8 GB or more
Video Output: HDMI 2.0 or higher
Other Connections: 1x USB 3.0 or better, and Bluetooth 4.0
Operating System: Windows 10 '1809 Update' or later (free update for Windows 10)
Note: The Odyssey+ is recommended for indoor use, and requires clear details the camera can lock onto (e.g. not an empty room with blank walls or in a dark environment). We cannot guarantee the tracking will work outdoors, and use outdoors poses huge risk to light damaging the screens.
Aside from the gear we provide, you may need a desktop PC. If you don't have a suitable PC, we also rent those. You just need a monitor or a TV with an HDMI input (almost any TV in the past 10 years, and most monitors).