If you’ve ever wanted to delicately tear apart an Oculus Rift to expose its guts piece by piece, your Oculus autopsy dreams have been answered.
In a teardown of an Oculus Developer Kit 2, the folks at the Online Components reveal in a new video the bits that make this virtual reality machine tick.
That there’s a Samsung touchscreen buried deep inside doesn’t come as a complete surprise, as long as you’ve been following the Oculus Rift through its development stages.
Even so, seeing the Galaxy Note 3 display intact — Samsung logo, touchscreen controller, and all — is still pretty weird. Unless you’ve been hankering after a VR contact lens simulator, we guess?
You’ll be able to demolish your own consumer Oculus at some point in Q1 of 2016.