HTC The company has big plans to exhibit at CES. The headset will be officially shown off by the company on January 5, but the company provided an overview of the device. The Verge With a render showing a goggles style design. HTC has yet to give a name to the device. The render shows a goggles-style design.
HTC plans to use these cameras in order to provide a full-color, passthrough video feed. As with the The The colorized view of the real world around you will be available without the need to remove your headset. HTC will be able offer immersive mixed-reality experiences that are more immersive than what you would get with black-andwhite passthrough video. Additionally, the headset may have a greater dynamic range than comparable models. This could allow users to see text on phone or computer screens more clearly (at least, without having the headset removed).
HTC claims that the headset will last for two hours on one charge. The controllers have six degrees of freedom, and can be used with hand tracking. You can use the headset as a standalone device, or hook it up with a computer to play more challenging VR games. If you are so inclined, you can use the headset for exercise, entertainment, and productivity.
It is not yet clear if there will be built-in. eye trackingHowever, there is a depth sensor which may allow for more detailed mapping of the user’s surroundings. HTC indicated that The Verge The headset is designed to protect privacy by storing data in an encrypted local partition. Prices and availability are not yet known. We’ll find out more about the headset — including the name and how it might measure up against the likes of Meta Quest — in a few short weeks.