Oculus Prime kit version comes with everything except PC hardware, and the optional Depth sensor. A few (mostly North American) shopping links for these items are listed below (intended for building the SLAM Navigator version equivalent)
The Oculus Prime chassis fits a mini-ITX board. We recommend motherboards with low power CPUs of 10W TDP or less — the stock Oculus Prime battery can typically run these boards for up to 4 hours.
The above boards have 12V regulated ATX power input, so to run them you’ll need our ATX power kit – USD $49 (or any wide input ATX PSU that accepts at least 10-15V input).
These older Intel Atom boards have built-in wide input power, eliminating the need for a separate wide-input PSU:
A mini-PCIe wifi card is required, along with antennas
For other boards:
Storage and Memory
A minimum 8Gb SSD and 4Gb RAM is recommended for Oculus Prime running ROS navigation.
- SSD 60Gb
- RAM 4Gb 204-Pin DDR3 1600 (For ASRock J3710)
- RAM 4Gb 240-Pin DDR3 1600 (For ASUS N3150I)
A depth camera is required for ROS navigation and floor-plan obstacle avoidance.
Last updated: 2018-5-10 (Please let us know if any of these links are out-of-date!)