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Sixense, the engineering team behind the motion-controller technology that was licensed to create the Razor Hydra, has taken to Kickstarter to crowdfund its next endeavour, the STEM System. The Hydra was initially met with a luke-warm reception from PC-games enthusiasts, but quickly became the go-to device for developers experimenting with virtual reality experiences following the launch of the Oculus Rift dev kit.

The Stem System hopes to improve on the Hydra in a number of ways, most notably by going wireless. Sixsense are also promising a modular form factor, better tracking performance and longer range operation, touting it as the lowest-latency motion tracker to-date.

Asking for a seemingly modest US$250,000 the STEM project has already passed that goal on its first day, so you have another 29 days left to decide whether you want to jump on board.

The Kickstarter pitch is heavily targeted at virtual reality enthusiasts and features a number of industry icons putting in the good word. Check it out below and head over to the Kickstarter page for more details.

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