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Mark Peters : April 10th 2016 - 09:00 CET

HTC Vive virtual reality system


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HTCHTC Vive VR consumer edition : HTC Mobile, a pioneer in innovative, smart technologies, in partnership with Valve, unveiled the consumer edition of its Vive virtual reality system. This complete Vive system, powered by Steam VR, introduces yet another new technological innovation - Vive Phone Services - once again setting a new standard in virtual reality. Enabling you to stay connected to the real world, without exiting the virtual world, Vive Phone Services demonstrates the ability to combine both realities without losing touch of either. By allowing you to receive and respond to both incoming and missed calls, get text messages and send quick replies and check upcoming calendar invites directly through the headset, it creates a hybrid reality opening up a whole new world of possibilities for both consumers and businesses.
Virtual reality system

HTC Vive virtual reality system
Taking Vive one step further, with refreshed branding and an updated head-strap, the Vive consumer edition builds upon the innovative features that were introduced into the Vive Pre. These include updated wireless controllers with haptic feedback and dual stage triggers, a front facing camera that blends physical elements into the virtual world, a redesigned head-strap that offers greater stability and balance and an improved visual system with brighter displays to give a deeper sense of immersion. Taking Vive one step further, with refreshed branding and an updated head-strap, the Vive consumer edition builds upon the innovative features that were introduced into the Vive Pre. These include updated wireless controllers with haptic feedback and dual stage triggers, a front facing camera that blends physical elements into the virtual world, a redesigned head-strap that offers greater stability and balance and an improved visual system with brighter displays to give a deeper sense of immersion.

HTC Vive

HTC Vive consumer edition
“From the beginning, Vive has been at the forefront of virtual reality, with HTC pioneering several ground breaking technologies,” comments Cher Wang, chairwoman and CEO, HTC. “Since announcing Vive this time last year, we have worked tirelessly with Valve to deliver the best virtual reality experience on the market, winning multiple awards and receiving critical acclaim from media, consumers and the industry. With the HTC Vive consumer edition we are now able to realize our ultimate vision; bringing Vive into homes around the globe so that people can experience immersive virtual reality in a way that fires the imagination and truly changes the world.”

HTC Vive Virtual Reality

HTC Vive price & availability
The HTC Vive consumer edition will be available starting in early April. Priced at US$799, the HTC Vive is the first complete virtual reality system, including two wireless controllers, room scale movement sensors, and an HMD featuring a built in camera and phone, plus the two VR titles. The integration of Steam VR into the bundle ensures that all Vive equipment is kept up-to-date with the latest features.

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