Intel believes WiGig will be a viable option for wireless high-end VR

Intel showed off a demo this week of #WiGig wireless networking technology that can connect a high-performance PC with a wireless virtual reality headset, providing a new option for doing #VR without the annoying cables. [Read More]

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Intel showed off a demo this week of #WiGig wireless networking technology that can connect a high-performance PC with a wireless virtual reality headset, providing a new option for doing #VR without the annoying cables.
That’s a departure from previous plans to in putting the PC processing inside a standalone #VR headset that Intel was previously calling Project Alloy.
Qualcomm is still in favor of putting a processor in the headset and making the #VR headset into a standalone device.
And HTC announced a standalone #VR headset for the Chinese market in July, and it also said it was working with Google to make a standalone #VR headset for the Google Daydream technology.
No one has spelled out much detail about the wireless standalone #VR headset technology yet.

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The #WiGig technology connects wireless high-end Virtual Reality headsets. #VR #Trend

Source: Venturebeat