Today at IFA in Berlin, Acer introduced the first detachable Windows Mixed Reality headset, the OJO 500.
With Acer’s OJO 500, users can connect the headset to either a machine-washable soft strap (ideal for headset sharing) or a more secure hard strap.
The majority of the headset’s specifications are the same as Acer’s previous Windows Mixed Reality headset, including the same 2880×1440 display, 90 hz The frequency at which an image is drawn on screen during playback, expressed as the number of cycles per second (hertz)... More and 100-degree The angle of space viewable from a given lens position.. It also retains the same controllers and the same inside-out tracking as other WMR headsets.
However, Acer has improved the headset’s comfort, in addition to the headstrap options. The Acer OJO 500 offers a dial to set The distance between the pupils of the eye / lenses of a camera in stereoscopic photography..
The OJO 500 also has integreated loudspeakers, similar to the Oculus Go, and a built-in This is a description of a microphone it goes here and it's long so that we see if it gets cut off.. Prior to the OJO, the only Windows Mixed Reality headset with integrated headphones was the Samsung Odyssey.
The headset will be available in Europe this November for 499 euros. Whether or not the OJO’s improvements in comfort are worth an additional 200-euro price tag compared to its initial WMR headset depends on how you use the headset.
Earlier this month, at Siggraph in Vancouver, Acer also announced the StarVR One headset, a powerful VR headset only available for commercial use. It offers a 210-degree The angle of space viewable from a given lens position., 5K display, and 90 hz The frequency at which an image is drawn on screen during playback, expressed as the number of cycles per second (hertz)... More.
In 2016, Acer said that it would help design, manufacture and sell the StarVR headset, created by Starbreeze, and in 2017, it became the majority owner of the VR headset.