Mar 08, 2021 News
HTC VIVE officially released a tweet on March 5th to warm up the upcoming new VR head-mounted display. A recent photo of the Logo, shown in the picture, shows that the surface of the display is made of frosted plastic.
IT Home learned that HTC's latest VR headsets were released in 2020, named Vive Cosmos and Cosmos Elite. This product was priced at $700, and the elite version is priced at $900. It has multiple camera sensors for location tracking, and no external location tracker is required. The monitor has a resolution of 2880 x 1700 for both eyes, supports glasses for use, refresh rate of 90 Hz, and a field of view of 110 degrees.
Some international media recently exposed renderings of HTC Vive's new products. It seems that the product adopts a more straightforward design, and the translucent mask has a hidden camera, which is more fashionable and modern. HTC internally calls the next-generation VR headset project "Project Proton", implying that this product's experience is very close to ordinary glasses, and it is expected that there will be AR augmented reality functions that can see real pictures.