About ViveThe HTC Vive is a Virtual Reality Goggle with movement sensor. The Vive also includes two controller stick that works in tandem with the 3D structure light scanner for head/hand positioning and interaction. The Vive offers more immersive experiences by having individual 1080x1200 90Hz screen. These improvements reduces the screen-door effect on the wearer and offers a higher refresh rate which reduces the discomfort. The high precision controller stick enables the wearer to interact with the virtual environment, offers a much more immersive experience as well.
ComponentsCamera, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Laser Position Sensor & OLED Display
Power SourceExternal Source
ConnectivityUSB & HDMI
CompatibilityWindows, Linux & OSX
Workplace Usage Overview
The Vive focuses on full immersion experience, the most direct workplace benefit would be training purposes.
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Entertainment 42 Devices
Fitness 184 Devices
Gaming 24 Devices
Industrial 66 Devices
Lifestyle 221 Devices
Medical 86 Devices
Pets Animals 8 Devices
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