Google, HTC, Lenovo Teams Up To Cook A Thrilling VR Standalone HeadSet
The main difference from the current Daydream VR headset is that the new standalone device will not require a connection to a PC or a smartphone as it will have all the needed hardware built in.
The new Daydream VR will have all the needed sensors buit right in but it will also scan your surroundings so that it tracks your movements in 3D. Google calls this WorldSense technology and it should allow for a much more accurate motion tracking in the VR environment and would enable new VR experiences.
WorldSense Daydream VR technology will involve natural movements in six directions (left, right, forward, back, jump, crouch) into the 3D environment,
According to Lenovo, the VR experiences will be available soon, but developers are still working to unlock features “most consumers have never experienced before.”
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