What sets Odyssey apart from the competition is the way that the cameras and sensors are mounted/crafted. Most headsets (including Vive/Oculus) have cameras/sensors that are a fixed direction. Meaning that while they cover everything to the best of the headsets POV, it isn’t a perfect mix.
Introducing Odyssey’s attempt. The sensors/cameras are essentially mounted on miniature gimbals that can swivel and track more effectively. Making the Odyssey have an unseen amount of control and flexibility in rendering VR projects.
Additionally, the headset will have built in microphones and high quality surround sound systems. So you don’t need to invest in any secondary pieces of hardware.
If this headset performs as well as the high end tech that is inside of it, it could be a game changer. If anyone would be able to stack up to the popularity of HTC and Oculus, it would be Samsung. They partnered up with Oculus back in the day for Samsung VR, so they already have a firm grasp.