The former head of HTC, Peter Chou, declared that he plans to launch a new virtual reality headset this year under the brand of his company (startup) called XRSpace. For this, the entrepreneur presented a standalone headset called a Move, a product that should be launched in the third quarter of 2020 for an amount of approximately US $ 599 (R $ 3,170 at the current price).
New product technologies include 5G support, a manual tracking interface and a wide virtual world called Manova. The Mova headset promises to change our interaction with VR platforms, as it aims to be cheaper and more accessible.
Move a standalone headset equipped with a Qualcomm processor Snapdragon 845. similar to the Oculus Quest or the HTC Vive Focus, usually models aimed at business and projects. It uses two cameras to track the movement of users in a room, and its standard control system is manual tracking, a feature still seldom used in VR headsets.
Other specifications of the Move headset are only 6GB of RAM and a 4600mAh battery. The startup did not specify the type of technology used in the display, but we know that it has a resolution of 2880 x 1440 and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The pixel density of the screen is 720dpi, a number higher than that of its competitors.
Peter Chou's intention is to produce VR glasses with headphones aimed at the common consumer, in addition to being lighter and more portable for users compared to models in the current market. In addition, the product's renderings show that it is attractive because it offers non-traditional color options like orange.
Below, the video demonstrating the XRSpace Mova headset technology:
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