HMDi Headset – Room Based VR Experience With HTC Vive
The HTC Vive Focus 3 (aka the VIVE Focus 3) is an enterprise level, high-end, virtual reality headset specifically designed for mobile device users. It boasts six powerfulmillion DPI displays that can be adjusted according to users’ needs through a central console. Its six powerfulmillion DPI displays that can be adjusted according to users’ needs through a central console. It also comes bundled with HTC Vive tracker, which allows users to locate their HTC Vive Focus 3 units in a large number of locations across the world, so that they can play with them anywhere around the world at any time.
As, well as the abovementioned features, the HTC Vive Focus 3 also comes with a whole host of features that help to enhance its effectiveness for consumers. One such feature is called “VR Strobe”, which provides a steady stream of light for the headset’s users to see in the dark. Strobe is an extremely beneficial feature that improves battery life for the HTC Vive headset, though it is not a must-have. Another useful feature is HTC Sense, which allows users to use their phone’s GPS system to locate their devices in real-time. HTC Sense can be used by consumers to control the lights, display volume, control HTC Vive headsets, turn on/off the HTC Vive computer, change display quality, adjust HTC Vive controllers, and much more.
A major advantage of the HTC Vive Focus is that it supports High Definition (HD) Virtual Reality, better known asVR. Many high-end smartphones and high-priced gaming console come with high-resolution screens, but they have poor viewing areas and suffer from screen burn-in. This makes the images look washed out or distorted and can make it difficult to enjoy the Virtual Reality. However, the HTC Vive Focus has a viewing area that is wider than that of the competitor, which alleviates the problem. Furthermore, the HTC Vive Focus has a refresh rate that is three times higher than that of the competition, which improves image quality considerably and makes it easier to enjoy the Virtual Reality.
For those who are more interested in Virtual Reality and are less concerned with battery life, the HTC Vive Focus has two external controllers that can be used with the headset. One controller controls audio and video elements of the headset. The other controller, called the wand, controls the movement and interaction with the environment. It is possible to combine these two controllers to increase the degree of interaction in the environment. One of the advantages of the HTC Vive Focus is that users do not need to replace the batteries like with other headsets because it uses a wireless technology that requires no wires.
To conclude, we would like to draw your attention to the two factors mentioned above that affect the battery life of the HTC Vive Focus. At first glance, it appears that the HTC Vive Focus might be able to provide a lot of entertainment for long periods of time, but in reality it does not offer a substantial improvement in battery life. But, the bottom line is that the HTC Vive Focus will only work when it is attached to the HTC Vive computer system and when it is fully charged. Although, this may appear discouraging to some, the HTC Vive headset was designed for long gaming sessions, where the need to have a full charged battery would not arise. Furthermore, users do not need to worry about changing batteries since they can attach the HTC Vive Connect headset to their computer system whenever they run out of power. In other words, the HTC Vive Focus does not require a large amount of battery to operate, but it does require enough to operate for more than an hour or so.
HTC Vive owners should not expect too much from the HTC Vive headset when it comes to performance. It is not equipped with any high-end graphics or audio software which can dramatically enhance the graphics quality of HTC Vive games and virtual reality applications. The reason for this is that the graphics card and the audio chip on the HTC Vive Connect are much lower than the graphics card and audio chip integrated in the Samsung GearVR, so the headset cannot support the same graphic and audio effects that you find on high-end gaming devices. As such, the virtual environment the HTC Vive Focus meets the needs of those who want to enjoy casual games, movies, and other applications. But, those looking for high-end graphics will have to look elsewhere.
HTC Vive Focus Plus: The third entry in the HTC Vive headset family features a neat feature that differs from the other two HTC Vive models. Rather than being limited to a single position, the HTC Vive Focus Plus allows you to change the position of the device while it is in place. This is done by simply rotating the front of the unit using a physical mechanism on the bottom side of the unit. Because the Vive headset’s motion-sensitive technology only recognizes one position at a time, users can rotate the HTC Vive Focus Plus in either the up or down position, and not both. In addition to having more than one position for the Vive controllers, the HTC Vive Focus Plus also comes with a built-in battery which enables users to have longer playing sessions thanks to the ability of having a full charge for the device.
One of the best selling points of the HTC Vive headsets is the fact that they provide room-based VR experience, meaning you do not need to physically leave your desk or chair to enjoy your VR experience. In the case of the HTC Vive Focus and the other two HTC Vive models, this can be a problem, because you can’t move around much while at your computer. To remedy the issue, the HTC Vive headset comes with two USB ports, one on the bottom side of the unit, and one on the top. These allow you to connect the HTC Vive headset to your computer, or to any USB compatible device. Furthermore, there are also headset adapters available from the HTC website. For those of you who wish to enjoy the benefits of room-based VR without the need to physically go outside, the HTC Vive headsets and controllers present an excellent solution.