HTC’s New Vive Pro is Integrated with High Resolution Displays
HTC just announced the launch of its new Vive Pro with higher-resolution displays and built-in headphones, on January 9, 2018.
HTC is launching Vive Pro with enhanced resolution of its dual-OLED displays of 2880 x 1600 (1400 x 1600 per eye, and 615 ppi).
The design changes to the headset make it more comfortable to use than the previous version. HTC has taken feedback and added a sizing dial at the rear, to allow users to adjust the comfort level accordingly. The user feels as if he is putting on an Oculus Rift headset and adjusting it, along with a comfortable weight and balance. Although the press images make it appear blue, it is actually dark navy blue in color that looks subtle from afar.
HTC has also added built-in headphones to the Vive Pro, a useful addition. Similar to the Oculus Rift, it allows for adjustments to sit comfortably on the ears.
HTC is planning to launch a wireless adapter for the original Vive and Vive Pro. It snaps into the rear of the headset and means you won’t need to run a cable to your PC.
Displays are made up of several kinds of materials such as electrochromic glass, and rampant development of high resolution displays for advanced technology is increasing the demand for glasses such as this. Energy can be conserved by using windows, sun roofs, and displays made from this glass, as elaborated in the electrochromic glass market report published by Coherent Market Insights.
You may be interested
Herbal Tea Market, By Product Type, Flavor, and Distribution ChannelSayali Tribhuvan - February 22, 2018
Herbal tea is derived from dried leaves, nuts, barks, seeds, grasses, fruits, flowers, and roots of various plants. There are several kind of tisanes or herbal teas…
Diabetes Monitoring Devices Market – Global Industry Analysis 2025Albert R - February 22, 2018
Diabetes monitoring devices refers to logging and measuring blood glucose levels, examining the data, and sharing it with health care providers to manage the disease. There are…
Orsted Collaborated with Oxford University to Optimize Offshore Wind Turbines PerformanceAlex Mathew - February 22, 2018
Denmark-based renewable power company, Orsted signed a five-year research agreement with the University of Oxford, U.K to optimize the design of foundation structures used for offshore turbines. Orsted…