HTC shows off the Vive Cosmos VR headset

first_img Now playing: Watch this: Comment Share your voice VR games you need to start playing right away 1 HTC Vive See It VR games on CNET Preview • Here’s what it’s like to use the HTC Vive, the $799 VR headset that you can preorder today Mentioned Above HTC Vive CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 9 Photos $499 $689 Walmart 1:47 See it Review • HTC Vive review: Yes, this is the best VR experience, if you’ve got the space The Vive Cosmos has six cameras. HTC HTC has unveiled the look of its next Vive virtual reality headset, with the Cosmos to have a flip-up design, six cameras, detachable headphones, a faceplate and a vented front. Billed as a premium PC VR system, the Cosmos, first teased at CES 2019 in Las Vegas in January, will have “striking graphics [and] lifelike sound,” HTC said Friday. HTC Vive Pro Eye tracks your eyes with pinpoint accuracy,… Mobile Gadgets Gaming Accessories Gaming Virtual Reality Apps Up close with the HTC Vive Pro Tags The Cosmos will have a “pixel-packed” display that minimizes the screen-door effect of using VR systems, HTC said. The company also touted its new tracking system.”With wide and accurate tracking, gesture controls and a six-degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) headset and controller setup, Vive Cosmos promises a deeply engaging VR experience,” HTC HTC The system can be used straight out of the box with minimal setup and also features a more comfortable headset with soft, light and breathable material, HTC said. The company also unveiled new Vive controllers that it called gamer friendly, versatile and new Vive Cosmos controllers. HTC HTC said it’ll reveal the official specs next week.HTC’s Viveport Infinity unlimited subscription service launched April 2, with subscriptions costing $13 a month or $99 for an entire year. The service lets customers download more than 600 VR games and apps through the Viveport store. This morning we unveiled the HTC VIVE COSMOS, with 6 cameras, a flip up design, detachable headphones, faceplate & vented front. Next week, we’ll get into specs. Stay tuned. #HTCVIVE #HTCVIVECOSMOS— HTC VIVE (@htcvive) June 21, 2019 HTC had first looked to end the drought of VR content by launching the Viveport subscription service back in 2017, giving Vive headset owners up to five titles at a time for $9 a month. It then expanded the service in August 2018 to support rival Oculus Rift headsets. HTClast_img

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