ASUS has been teasing us with details of its Windows Mixed Reality headset, but now is ready to let folks try it for themselves. At IFA 2017, we were also able… [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
Similarly, ASUS's headset feels much lighter than its rivals' models, and the company included an antimicrobial cushion inside.
The headset, like its brothers, has inside-out tracking, which uses the two front-mounted cameras to track the controllers.
On the outside ring, you'll find a halo of 32 small LEDs that the headset uses to pinpoint the position of the controllers in the air.
But even when pulling my hands well beyond the visor's field of view, the tracking remained pretty reliable.
One of the demo titles required me to pull weapons out from over my shoulder, and the tracking remained impeccable.
Opinion… * Man-Made