This wireless VR tech could make it easier to play with others

The next big hurdle for virtual reality is obvious to anyone who's put on a headset: Getting rid of all of those wires. We've seen cordless solutions from TPCas… [Read More]

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It'll also be able to work in a variety of spaces, from crowded rooms to huge open environments.
Amimon's wireless #VR moduleAs you'd expect, the company's tech is currently compatible with all of the major #VR headsets: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation #VR.
It can output 2K video at 90FPS for the two PC-powered headsets, as well as 1080p at 120 FPS for the PS #VR.
Amimon describes it as a complete solution for wireless #VR — it's able to both transmit lag-free video, as well as all the necessary sensor data.
Similarly, pricing is still up in the air, but it expects the first generation of wireless accessories to cost around $100.

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The next big hurdle for Virtual Reality is obvious to anyone who’s put on a headset: getting rid of all of those wires. #VR #Trend

Source: Engadget