HTC has redesigned its virtual reality glasses, which now use a higher recording screen, a higher refresh rate and a better viewing angle. Built in Vive Pro 2 and Vive Focus 3 glasses, the display has 2,448 x 2,448 pixels per resolution, which is 260% higher than the cheapest product such as the Valve Index or Samsung Odyssey. The new shades also pass the resolution of Oculus Quest 2 glasses, which offers a resolution of 1,832 x 1,920 pixels.
Advanced solutions are only part of the key innovation. For a soft transition, it is important that the screen offers a refresh rate of 120 Hz, especially as it looks when moving content quickly across the screen. For a better user experience, a 120 degree viewing angle is also very important, which is significantly better than previous models that offer a 100 degree view.
The main difference between the two models is the way they connect the two computers to the two conn. Vive Pro 2 costs $ 799 and requires a wired connection to the right computer to run. So these specs are essentially a user of virtual reality games by HTC and mostly for home use.
For professional use, they offer Vivo Focus 3, which costs $ 1.300 more, and a wireless connection to a standalone operation (Qualcomm processor) or backup computer, giving you more freedom to use and move in space. Both models received ergonomic sound and better surround sound compared to their predecessors. This is especially noticeable with the Vivo Focus 3 model, which is now a modified battery in the back of the glass, which offers a better balance of balance on the user’s head at the same time.
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