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HTC Vive 2.0 Wireless VR

Updated on August 13, 2017 | Source

HTC Vive 2.0 Wireless VR Specification, Release Date, Price And Photos

HTC Vive is the reality headset produced by HTC & Valve Corporation. This headset has been designed to use room scale technology in order to turn the room into a 3D space through sensors with virtual world permitting the customer to navigate naturally. The HTC Vive has awarded nearly 22 in CES 2016, which includes best of CES. Currently, many rumors about HTC is that it is already tinkering in a lab and working on the follow up to Vive. TechRadar thinks that this HTC Vive 2 has been already in the development, even though the possible confirmation from the company turned out nothing. The HTC Vive came to the market on April 2016 and with all advance in technology along with the advent of Playstaton VR, the organization might be underneath some pressure in order to deliver their next level product. One year is long enough to bring to their next generation VR technology.

HTC Vive 2 Specifications:

HTC Vive includes the display specification of 2 1080x1200 screens and the density of pixel is said to be neglect a screen door effect. This provides the Viva total resolution range of 2160X1200 pixels. Its aspect ratio is 9:5 as opposed to the other headsets such as more standard 16:9. It has the result as taller image, but users can feel more convincing and natural and they can look with their eyeballs than by hurting the necks. The screen runs with 90 HZ that is on the par to Oculus Rift, but lesser than 120 Hz of Morpheus, Sony’s Project. It also contains front facing cameras that mean the real world will be overlaid to the virtual. As it stands this headset is tethered to the gaming computer with the data cable bundle, but it can be believed that a final version will decrease this to the single HDMI cable. There is also the 3.5mm jack in the headset side, so that user can add their own headphones.

HTC Vive 2 Features:

There is not that much change in between the new Vive model and pre version in terms of design and specification. The updated design model for the consumer release is smaller and more convenient to wear with the swappable foam inserts along with the adjustable straps in order to obtain the fit right. Some new refinements and features have been added like updated motors, better head strap. These things in this headset make even more comfortable for the user. The only original new feature is Vive’s ability to connect with the Android and iPhones to deliver the alerts along with the message while they are in VR and it is named as Vive Phone services. Like camera inclusion, it looks like to be there to nice people to spend time in VR movies and games when keeping touch with the world of reality.

HTC Vive 2 Release Date:

HTC Vive 2 wireless VR had been released on 5th April 2016.

HTC Vive 2 Price:

The price range of HTC Vive 2 wireless VR sold at $799.


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