Based on their Snapdragon VR hardware, the new VRDK will utilize the Snapdragon 835 chip to couple with mobile devices ranging from smartphones to tablets. The all-in-one VR headset features inside-out 6DOF tracking, supreme display capabilities, and 4GB of RAM. In addition, eye and hand tracking will be powered by Leap Motion’s new mobile sensor. Qualcomm’s long-term plan is to help other companies use the VRDK as a springboard for developing their own VR headsets. Manufacturer partners including Goertek and Thundercomm will lead the way for Qualcomm’s HMD Accelerator Program to put these all-in-ones in the hands of consumers by the second half of 2017.