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Mark Peters : March 1st 2017 - 09:45 CET

Virtual Reality Development Kit for Snapdragon 835

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QualcommQualcomm Snapdragon 835 Virtual Reality Development Kit : Qualcomm Technologies, has introduced a new virtual reality development kit (VRDK) for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile platform. The new Snapdragon VRDK gives developers early access to a VR head mounted display (HMD) built with the Snapdragon 835 mobile platform that is supported by an upgraded VR software development kit (SDK) that works with the HMD. The next generation of mobile virtual reality applications will be increasingly complex, with extreme power consumption constraints and challenging performance requirements that must be met in order for the VR applications to become truly immersive. Advanced heterogeneous mobile platforms like the Snapdragon 835 are capable of supporting immersive VR experiences in standalone head mounted displays (HMDs) that require neither fans nor cables.
Virtual Reality Development Kit

Virtual Reality Development Kit
“With the Virtual Reality Development Kit for Snapdragon 835, we’re providing virtual reality application developers with advanced tools and technologies to accelerate a new generation of VR games, 360-degree VR videos and a variety of interactive education, enterprise, healthcare and entertainment applications,” said Cristiano Amon, executive vice president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and president, QCT. “We see great potential for the exciting new experiences made possible by truly mobile, untethered virtual reality that’s always connected to the internet, and we’re excited to help mobile VR developers more efficiently deliver compelling and high-quality experiences on upcoming Snapdragon 835 VR-capable products.”

VR head mounted

VR head mounted display features
• Six degrees of freedom (6DoF) motion tracking
• Display: Four megapixel (2560x1440) WQHD AMOLED display (2 megapixels per eye)
• Two monochromatic, one mega pixel (1280x800) global shutter cameras
• Inertial measurement unit with fast interface Snapdragon 835 integrated sensor core
• Eye Tracking: Two monochromatic VGA global shutter cameras
• Memory: DRAM: 4GB LPDDR4 and Flash: 64GB UFS
• Connectivity: Wireless with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB3.1 type C (power)
• Audio: Integrated Qualcomm Aqstic audio codec (WCD9335)
• I/O: Trackpad on right side of HMD

Virtual Reality device

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 VRDK release date
Technologies that are crucial for the best Virtual Reality experience will also be supported in the software development kit portion of the Virtual Reality Development Kit. The VR Development Kit is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2017 through the Qualcomm Developer Network and it is engineered to help developers attain improved VR performance and power efficiency for upcoming VR OEM devices built with the Snapdragon 835 that are expected to ship in the second half of 2017.

Snapdragon mobile processors
Snapdragon mobile processors are a family of complete system on chip solutions by Qualcomm that adapt to user's needs to deliver a superior user experience and longer battery life. With the advanced processing power and concurrency capabilities of Snapdragon processors, you can run multiple advanced apps simultaneously with minimal drag on performance on your battery. The Snapdragon processor has grown beyond just powering advanced mobile phones, and can now be found at the core of a wide range of smart products and connected devices, including wearables, appliances, kiosks and digital signage. Our suite of hardware and software solutions is designed to give you what you need to help you get the most out of devices powered by Snapdragon processors. Our SDKs, profilers and debuggers enable you to analyze and increase app performance, build innovative new features and create new connected experiences. We can even help you get started building devices of your own design, all the way from prototyping to production. If you’re building for the next generation of devices, you can already put the future in your hands by using development devices powered by Snapdragon processors.

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