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Qualcomm wireless VR helmet concept: built-in eye tracking of ordinary people can not buy Sina Technology News Beijing time on September 2nd morning news, Qualcomm has released an integrated virtual reality helmet integrated the new Xiaolong VR820 architecture reference design in the IFA exhibition. The company has 820 Xiaolong system of intelligent mobile phone is the most popular tablet on the market, but Qualcomm believes that mobile virtual reality has not yet fully dig out the full potential of the 820 processors. The helmet and GoerTek shares to build cooperation, but consumers can not buy the product directly, it is only as a reference design to attract OEM manufacturers using the new VR820 chip development integrated helmet. This independent helmet integrates eye tracking capabilities, but also with two front camera for tracking position, as well as 4 microphones. The monocular resolution of the system reaches 1440× 1440, the refresh rate is up to 70 frames per second. It is worth noting that this is one of the first large enterprises launched with eye tracking helmet. The company also said that they used the existing helmet solutions, but the company declined to comment on specific partners. Eye tracking can provide users with first-class experience to help them in another way to interact with the contents of the screen. From the computational point of view, eye tracking can also reduce the system’s limitations by means of focus rendering. With this technology, the resolution of the entire screen will only render the visual center position, simulating the actual work of the human eye. But most experts believe that, due to low resolution (human eye resolution up to 8K), so the focus is not rendering reduce the computational burden, but Qualcomm decided the function included in the reference design. Integrated helmet design is now relatively rare, most smart phones are not optimized for high-quality mobile virtual reality experience. But even so, the only hope to purchase low-cost virtual reality goggles use mobile phone consumers, it significantly reduces the threshold. Intel a few weeks ago demonstrated its own Project Alloy integrated virtual reality helmet. Although the two are functionally different, but the two companies clearly believe that wireless virtual reality is the future direction of development. Intel uses its helmet to emphasize the performance of the Real Sense position tracking system, Qualcomm is hoping to show its own chipset. Qualcomm VR820 chip system will be shipped in the fourth quarter of this year, and with the product will soon launch the helmet. (Book Yu)相关的主题文章: