Today Samsung Revealed their latest Virtual Reality Headset the 4K ExynosVR Standalone Virtual Reality headset with eye-tracking.
High Quality Wireless/Mobile Virtual reality headsets are going to give virtual reality a tremendous boost and is going to make it much easier for companies to use and implement virtual reality into their marketing and education strategies. We currently use the HTC Vive’s to showcase the potential of virtual reality to our clients, but to setup a HTC Vive take some time. Usually we have to get to the client an hour ahead of our meeting to setup the HTC Vive virtual reality headset, computer and base stations.
By having a high quality wireless powerful virtual reality headset which is completely mobile, we and companies using VR is going to be able to offer even more next level VR stuff on the go!
All indications show that more powerful “All-in-one Virtual Reality headsets” are set to become a reality by the end of the year, and Samsung has finally revealed its take on the concept of high powered high quality mobile VR headsets with the same power or similar to the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.
Samsung VR showcased its new standalone concept virtual reality headset the ExynosVR III , at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai last week.
The ExynosVR III ARM features a Mali G71 MP20 GPY and a M2 Dual 2.5GHz CPU. Samsung proposed that the headset could support full 4K resolution at 75fps and Wide Quad High Definition (WQHD) at 90fps.
The concept ExynosVR III looks like it’s armed with cameras on the front, likely used for inside-out positional tracking.
It is rumored that the ExynosVR III Samsung VR headset will also feature eye-tracking inside the headset, creating new awesome input mechanisms for Virtual Reality software developers.