HTC has built up an upgraded Vive Focus independent VR headset, the Vive Focus Plus. The key change is the expansion of a second movement controller on account of upgrades in the ultrasonic 6DoF following framework.
Having a controller for two hands will make porting PC diversions less demanding as their interactivity depends on having two controllers. Most independent VR headsets utilize just a single controller (for example Oculus Go, Gear VR), yet there are special cases like the Oculus Quest.
The Vive Focus Plus is as yet fueled by a similar Snapdragon 835 chipset as the non-Plus model and it includes a “3K AMOLED showcase”, in all probability the equivalent 2,880 x 1,600px board. That is an exceptionally high goals, it coordinates the $800 Vive Pro VR.
Talking about costs, HTC did not uncover the expense of the Focus Plus, yet it said the headset will be accessible in Q2 this year. The first Focus propelled at $600 and we don’t believe there’s much space at a cost climb – while you needn’t bother with a PC or a cell phone (which would drive up the all out cost), the S835 isn’t actually quick by 2019 benchmarks.
HTC will go to the MWC to flaunt the new Vive Focus Plus just as the premium Vive Pro Eye (with eye following).