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UploadVR 02/21/2019 11:00
We still have much to learn about the HTC Vive Cosmos. But this new video gives us another look at its promising controllers. The Vive Cosmos controllers are designed to be used with the headset’s onboard cameras. This enables full 6DOF inside-out tracking without the need for external sensors as seen with the original Vive. The cameras follow the illuminated lights that sprawl around the tracking ring, which circles around the top of the device. Take a peek at the new #HTCVIVE COSMOS controllers. The gamer-friendly controls & seamless tracking on the VIVE COSMOS controllers are designed to give you greater control of your VR experience. Stay tuned into more COSMOS announcements on our website. https://t.co/xfLIL6GjCm pic.twitter.com/wJRHRy.
UploadVR 01/08/2019 13:30
Vive Cosmos wasn’t the only new VR headset introduced at HTC’s CES press conference this year. The company also debuted Vive Pro Eye, an update to last year’s Vive Pro. As the name suggests, it comes with a key new feature: integrated eye-tracking. But what else is new about HTC’s latest? Read on for our full run-down of everything we know about the Vive Pro Eye. It’s Pretty Much A Vive Pro… With Eye-Tracking. We’ll get to Vive Pro Eye’s big new feature in a second. The actual headset, however, seems to be identical to last year’s Pro. Specs on the official site suggest as much: 2880 x 1600 resolution with a 110-degree field of view (FOV) and 90Hz refresh rate. Integrated audio is still in, though the site does list ‘Enhancement of headphone.

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