Unknown startup brings to market VR glasses PC with impressive technology and attractive price. What’s the catch?
As for permissions, virtual reality glasses are DecaGear in the first place: as HP G2 Reverb, they have a display with a resolution of 2160 by 2160 pixels.
For tracking inside-out answer four cameras. As the Valve Index, the controllers capture the intensity of the pressure, as well as each individual finger and is attached to the back of the hand for a more realistic grip and throw.
Feature of the headset are two cameras, responsible for face tracking, intended for more compelling social VR. SDK available for integrating face tracking in VR applications.
Start DecaGear there are also two proposed accessory. DecaMove the femoral tracker is attached to the pants or belt and records the direction of motion of the hips. This should allow a more natural virtual movement independently of the head and hands.
Another accessory called DecaAir is a battery that attaches to the headset and provides wireless streaming of PC VR via Wi-Fi 5 or 6. It costs $ 50. The battery should last about six hours of use.
According to Deca, VR glasses are compatible with all applications SteamVR. They will be released in may 2021 at a price of $ 450. For comparison: HP G2 Reverb is a little less than $ 600 and offers no face tracking or wireless accessories.
Startup from Singapore, until recently, worked in secret and, it seems, has no experience in the manufacture of equipment. However, the company is already taking pre-orders.
According to Linkedin, the Creator of the Ohr Kunzman founded three startups. The last one is called Megadodo Simulation Games, was launched in 2018, and was originally developed a VR MMO.
The next videos show face tracking and thighs.