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DecaGear Specs

Full specifications of the DecaGear 1 VR headset system

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Posted by: Pedro
Posted: Feb 16, 2021
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Headset Specs and Components

The bulleted list below details the ‘current’ (per the information we have right now) major components used in the DecaGear 1, PC-VR head-mounted display. However, these specifications may be subject to change, due to the current situation with the Covid 19 pandemic and manufacturer availability, so viewer discretion is advised.

Technical Specs

Display Overview: FOV, IPD and Resolution

  • Display Resolution: 2160 x 2160 pixels per eye (1058 PPI) providing a combined resolution of 4320 x 2160px
  • Display Size: 2.89’’ Dual LCD panels (diagonal). Full RGB striped matrix sub-pixels
  • Display Refresh Rate: 90Hz
  • Field of View (FOV): 114°, Fresnel-Aspherical lenses with 9mm eye relief
  • IPD Range: 60mm - 72mm maximum (manual adjustment)
Dual LCD panels

Technical Camera Specs
  • 4 Tracking Cameras: OmniVision 9282 high-speed, global shutter image sensors for accurate inside-out tracking. 2 front-facing cameras and 2 side-facing cameras global shutter image sensors for accurate in
    • Camera FOV-span range of up to 225°

OmniVision 9282 camera

  • 2 Face Tracking Cameras - FaceFlow integration: OV7251 (OmniVision) Black and white, low frequency global shutter image sensors. The eyes and mouth are illuminated by several Infra-red LEDs - one each side of the mouth sensor and five inside the headset used for tracking the eyes

Low frequency camera

  • Cameras DSP: Xilinx Artix-7 aggregates the 6 camera inputs and outputs - one video stream for the 4 tracking cameras and the other for the 2 facial cameras
Xilinx Artix-7 processor

Core Specifications

  • Sensors: 9-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit). A combined Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and Magnetometer. Measures orientation, velocity, and gravitational forces. The ICM-20948 combines a 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis compass, and a Digital Motion Processor™

TDK ICM-20948 chip

  • Application Processor: Multi-core processing unit designed for computer and connected computing - undertaking all the on-board tracking processes and utilises its hardware assisted (HEVC/H.265) 4K decoding to enable fast streaming
  • USB Video Bridge: FT602 is a FIFO interface to SuperSpeed USB UVC bridge chip, which allows streaming video from all cameras to the ASI on board or to the computer. Data rate 5Gb/s - USB 3.1
FT602 chip


  • In-strap Speakers: 8Ω ear-aligned integrated micro speakers - offering a wide bandwidth the greatly improves the effects of low to mid range frequencies.
  • Microphones: There are two microphones located on the bottom of the headset, one on each side.
  • Headphones: There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack. There may also be BLE integration/connection or a USB Type C port for connecting various devices, however, this is undetermined at present.


  • High-speed USB data connection
  • Wireless and BLE: Advanced connectivity - 2x2 MU-MIMO combo solution with full support of 802.11ax (WI-FI 6), Dual Band and BLE 5
  • Connections: DisplayPort™ 1.3, USB 3.0 +
  • Cable: 5m 2-in-1 combined DisplayPort™ 1.3 + USB 3.0 cable. The cable will be easy to connect and disconnect, ideal if you decide you want to game wirelessly.
  • Controllers are charged via USB type C

Comfort and Customisation

  • Weight: The headset appears to be of a somewhat similar build to the HP Reverb G2, minus the off-ear headphones. Although the company hasn’t mentioned its exact weight, we do expect it to be light, so anywhere between 1.2lb (550g) and 1.4lb (630g).
  • Dimensions: TBD
  • Faceplate: Foam cushioned face-rim. Magnetic and replaceable. There will be two faceplates, a standard type and a wider one for those who wear glasses.
  • Strap: Velcro fasteners either side of the headset with the typical overhead, centre strap (belt type pull strap). Again this is subject to change and could very well end up a Velcro strap.
  • Front-plate AKA ‘Cool Goggles’: Gloss Black, rigid PMMA acrylic. Magnetically attached (cosmetic CAD enhancement, easy snap on)

Cool Goggles

If you have any comments on the specs, please leave a comment in the box below, we’d love to see what you have to say.

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