Specifications of the new virtual reality headset revealed; Strange appearance and resembling the eyes of insects
On Monday, news broke about the unannounced HTC Vive Flow virtual reality headset, which is expected to be unveiled at an event on Thursday. But yesterday, Ivan Bless, the famous revealer of the world of technology, published pictures of this product along with its specifications.
One of the most attractive features of this headset is its appearance, which is similar to the eyes of insects:
The images published in Bless 's first tweet are consistent with much of the information in Monday' s reports, but give us a better idea of the overall appearance of the device.
At first glance, large glasses with a golden and beige color spectrum in front of the device look like sunglasses that can be used to see the surroundings from behind, but the information and images that were released, the presence of several cameras in the area The front of the headset informs the HTC Virtual Reality.
The first leaked images of the HTC Vive Flow show that the headset can be connected to a cylindrical device via a dedicated cable, which may increase the power of the device. Images released by Bless shortly afterwards indicate that the cylinder has internal processing (and a cooling fan), which has led some to claim that this strange cylinder is probably the carrying case of the headset.
There are other images as well. Which show the possibility of connecting the virtual reality headset to the smartphone.
To the images, there is apparently no strap to be placed around the user's head. Most of the popular virtual reality headsets on the market are equipped with a strap that is placed around the user's head to balance and control the weight of the device. It remains to be seen how successful the HTC management will be in removing this strap and replacing it with a goggle-like look.
The HTC Vive Flow virtual reality headset is very similar to the company's Proton project. The project was a prototype of a hybrid reality headset unveiled by the company in February 2020.
The Proton project, like the Vive Flow, used a design similar to an insect eye and could be attached to a pack. . It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. src="https://bingmag.com/picsbody/2110/26/13088-13.jpg" alt="BingMag.com Specifications of the new virtual reality headset revealed; Strange appearance and resembling the eyes of insects" loading="lazy">
If you've been curious to find out more about this weird headset, you'll have to wait until Thursday, when the official HTC One event takes place. Due to the fact that one of the slogans published for this ceremony is "Go with the Flow", the probability of introducing this device in tomorrow's ceremony increases.
According to Ivan Bless's tweets, the new Taiwanese virtual reality headset will hit the market in November for $ 499.
Also, the Taiwanese company released yesterday Tweeted for a short teaser featuring a product similar to a virtual reality headset.
Source: The Verge