HTC has announced the HTC VIVE Focus VR Headset for Enterprise in San Francisco. We're still at the event looking at VR demos, but we can talk about the hardware now.
The HTC VIVE Focus (official site) is a mobile VR headset based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform. The VR platform based on this chip is mature and available since February 2017, but the new HTC headset has impressive two 3K AMOLED displays designed to make the image more eye-catching.
The HTC Vive has also announced an update of the Vive VR Platform SDK. In the past, the software was available in Asia for about a year before the rest of the world entered the market. The update adds features for enterprise issues, as well as the common enhancements and enhancements to each standard release.
Da HTC Vive Focus It's a mobile VR platform that integrates all calculations. Cables are not required. This is extremely important because up to 20 people can work together in the same VR room, some of them in the same room. So avoid messing cables that people might stumble across are a must.
HTC also has its Vive Sync application, a virtual meeting place where up to 20 people can connect and collaborate in a virtual environment. HTC and its partners promote the idea of working collaboration in VR and cited companies like Volkswagen, which already use Vive in various ways as a business tool, for example through simulation / training.
Other applications could be the training of medical staff and In the past, we have experienced a VR health app. With Vive Sync you only need the VR headset and a subscription to the service.
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