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Goal has seen how his next Virtual Reality (VR) glasses have been leaked, the Meta Quest Pro. These glasses were leaked on video, thus being able to admire so much the desEsports Extrasof the glasses as well as their controllers. Of course, it is an engineering sample, so there could be slight desEsports Extraschanges in both the glasses and the controllers in its final version.
Unfortunately, the most relevant details, as your specificationsdid not see the light, although at least we know that they will be available in three colors, it has integrated cameras for hand tracking, they seem very comfortable to use, and the controller is fairly minimalist.
The Meta Quest Pro would be the Project Cambria glasses
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Pulling from newspaper library, if we compare the desEsports Extrasof these glasses and with the Project Cambria, the differences are very small. If we add to this that these glasses were indicated that they would arrive next octoberWell, it seems that everything fits, and this is bad news. Bad, because basically because it would be a VR glasses focused on professional useand not gaming at all.
If it is specifically these glasses, we are talking about these glasses having sensors that will detect the facial expressions and the possibility of simulating eye contact with users. In this way they will offer a more immersive experience improving social interactions. Additionally, you will have cameras that they will recreate through virtual overlay the environment where you are.
Thanks to the information that Meta offered a few weeks ago, we know that these virtual reality glasses would have a price. around 800 dollars. If we think that they are for professional use, we could be facing high-resolution panels, but of course, the interesting thing will be the refresh rate they offer, since although they are oriented for the professional segment, who knows if they can be used for gaming .
In the short term, the throne will continue to belong to the Valve Index
For now, the best glasses will continue to be those of Valve, which use a few LCD panels with RGB matrix that promise higher quality than OLED panels with a resolution of 1440 x 1600 pixels per eye (2880 x 1600p total) with a refresh rate of up to 122Hz (140 Hz in experimental mode) with a field of view of 130º and a physical adjustment of the interpupillary distance. In terms of price, it will remain in the €1,079 with the base stations and €799 without them and with Half-Life: Alyx Gift.
The success of Valve Index lies not only in the visual quality of its panels and all the technology around them to maximize the visual experience, and the secret is in the controllers, being the company that has innovated the most in this space, and more so when much of the VR immersion takes place when we interact with it. That is why each controller includes nothing less than 87 sensors to record the position, movement and placement of the handeven the pressure we exert with our fingers. Despite so many sensors, its 13100 mAh capacity battery promises more than 7 hours of autonomy.
Yes, these glasses cost €1,079. At least they can already be bought and received in a week, since during their launch they were for months with availability problems due to their success.