A new alternative to Oculus Rift is in development from peripheral creator GameFace Labs, the company revealed during last week's CES in Las Vegas.
The GameFace Mark 4 VR Headset features wireless head-tracking gameplay that doesn't require connecting to a PC. According to Engadget, a 3D-printed prototype of the headset was shown connected to a DualShock 3 controller, although a number of games could still be controlled through physical movement.
The GameFace 4 is supported by an Android-VR storefront which includes a number of compatible games - Dead Trigger was one of the games being shown during last week's demonstration. The company is aiming for a retail launch by the end of this year. A full set of images of the new model is available from Engadget.