AnonD-546724, 30 May 2018"But not for smartphone'' For some microwave boï maybe ?For AR/VR specific headsets. Actually
Akinaro, 30 May 2018I dont get that creating separate chip for VR/AR, this is not a problem, problem is lack of pr... moreExactly my thoughts! I do believe this Snapdragon XR1 Will be used for Fulldive VR or AR content for headsets. (You can tell me I watch too much anime. But I believe the XR1 Can even run SwordArtOnline or Ordinal scale....~! XDDD)
"But not for smartphone''
For some microwave boï maybe ?
I dont get that creating separate chip for VR/AR, this is not a problem, problem is lack of proper content, most of we can get for mobile VR/AR are some small demos, copy/paste games or not that great interactive videos. Even last year hardware can handle anything without a problem.
Second thing that stop VR/AR from going mainstream are screens, maybe resolution and quality are good, but for proper VR experience you need high refresh rate, and all phones beside Razer and Sharp cant give you good refresh rate. Of course half of that problem is Android it self, but software can be modified for that, as Razer showed us.