HTC announced its Vive Cosmos VR headset during 2019's CES but gave us little details at that point. Today the company tweeted a little something about the device.
#HTCVIVECOSMOS combines optimal clarity and resolution to serve as the visual gateway to your virtual worlds. In addition, we'll be sharing more details on design & ergonomics this week. #HTCVIVE #VIVEPORT pic.twitter.com/CBVkPbAkEg— HTC VIVE (@htcvive) June 25, 2019
For starters, the Vive Cosmos will offer a whopping 88% increase in resolution compared to the original Vive so the LCD panels have 2880 x 1700px combined resolution.
The device also comes with six cameras for improved tracking, which include smooth controls and room-scale experiences. A modular face plate is also included in the new package so it can be swapped in the future if needed.
The new Vive Cosmos will introduce improved ergonomics too. The new vented front design will keep you cooler than before and the flip-up design will allow you to exit the VR experience without having to remove the headset.
Thats a good question if we comes to fact HTC phones are barrely receiving any of updates due to a well known fact this company slowly but continuosly fading.
These has been posted before but with price. In some older posts you can find it or google it.
Is that in US dollars? If so the mid & upper can definitely play at that price range. The question is how much software & support is this VR set receiving and is the base large enough to attract the masses attention?