|Operating System||Windows, Xbox, PlayStation, Android|
|Requires||PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Smartphone|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Field of View||100° diagonal|
|Rotational Tracking||Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Accelerometer|
|Connectivity||U2B (USB-2.4GHz and Bluetooth) module|
|Release Date||December 2014|
It offers a low-latency, 360-degree head tracking, which allows users to look around the virtual environment just like if they were actually standing inside. The effect of immersion is made even more pronounced thanks to 100-degree diagonal field of view. This gives users an IMAX-like experience in the comfort of their own homes.
ANTVR comes with its own controller, which can be used as a gamepad, lightsaber, gun, or joystick.
The headset is very similar in appearance to many other upcoming VR displays. It has a glossy black finish and a rubber strap for keeping it securely on the head.
To prevent users from losing their sense of orientation, the ANTVR features a visor-like window on the lower portion of the headset to allow users a quick view of the outside environment without having to remove the headset.
A pair of full HD displays provides a sharp picture, which is projected through aspherical lenses. A 9-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) captures movement in all directions for a realistic gaming experience.
One of the biggest advantages of this headset is its compatibility with a wide range of devices. These include gaming consoles, but also Android smartphones and tablets, which are connected using a proprietary U2B (USB-2.4GHz and Bluetooth) module. 
- Optics: aspherical lens
- Motion tracking: 9-axis IMU, 1000Hz
- Field of view: 100°diagonal, 4:3 aspect ratio
- Display: 1920x1080 LCD (1.03 Mega pixel per eye)
- Input: HDMI cable (AK beta STANDARD) or WHDI wireless (AK beta WIRELESS)
- Output: USB-2.4GHz and Bluetooth
- Platforms: PC, Xbox, PS, Android devices etc.
- Headset weight: 0.370 kilograms
- Audio: 3.5mm output
- Battery performance: 8 or 3 hours (with WHDI unit)
- IPD Adjustment: 60-75mm
- Prescription glasses adaption: YES
ANTVR will distribute SDKs to software developers. It will allow them to use ANTVR KIT's special features to create games and virtual reality application. The U2B module itself is fully open-source.
ANTVR broke the Chinese record of abroad crowd funding on Kickstarter. In 2015, the company collaborated with Lenovo to create a new VR product called Lemon ANTVR PhoneGlass. 
- May 14, 2014 - Launch of ANTVR's Kickstarter campaign
- June 23, 2014 - Successfully raised $260,835 USD with 681 backers
- Dec 24, 2014 - Shipping of ANTVR KITs