Pimax announced the Reality 12K QLED TV. These VR glasses can be connected to computers, but can also be used as a standalone unit. The glasses feature small 5.7k LED screens with refresh rates of up to 200Hz. The Reality headset will be released in late 2022 for $2,399.
Headphone support Tracking from the inside out Through four integrated cameras that provide six degrees of freedom For more freedom of movement. Thus, Reality 12K QLED TV does not have separate base stations Needed to track the user’s head, body, hands and controllers. Pimax announces its new standalone VR During the Frontier Show.
The Reality 12K QLED features a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 soc processor, which is also used in Facebook’s Oculus Quest 2 app. With this community, the VR headset can be used without connecting to a computer. In this mode, the resolution is lowered to 4K per eye, with a low horizontal viewing angle of 150 degrees and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
If the Reality headset is connected to a computer via a fiber-optic cable, the resolution will increase to 5620 x 2720 pixels per eye. viewing angles also become higher; The company has a horizontal viewing angle of 200 degrees and a vertical viewing angle of 130 degrees. In PC mode, the refresh rate is up to 200 Hz. Two QLED screens have a small LED backlight with local dimming And HDR support. Reality 12K QLED can also be connected to a PC via a 60GHz WiFi connection. This is done via the company’s WiGig module. It is not clear if the maximum resolution and refresh rate will be different.
The headset will continue modular presentation Support, adjust image quality based on eye tracking. The objects that users are looking at directly are then rendered at a higher resolution than the objects outside. Furthermore, the lenses can be set infinitely between pupil distances from 57 to 72 mm. The headset automatically determines users’ pupillary distance based on eye tracking using two built-in cameras.
The headphone face cover is magnetically attached and can be replaced. For independent use, the headset has a battery with a capacity of 6000 mAh. The back of the headset has two separate batteries for this, so users can replace them without having to turn off the headset.
In addition to Reality 12K QLED, Pimax has also announced a VR terminal. This is a mini PC with a built-in WiGig module intended for use with a virtual headset. Pimax states that this system will get “robust hardware with a high-end video card”, but does not share any details about that. The headset will also support additional modules via three USB-C connections. Pimax and other companies are working on blood oximeters, diffusers, and fans to cool the headset, among other things.
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