Explore The Innovations of Virtual Reality with HTC Vive

Explore The Innovations of Virtual Reality with HTC Vive

HTC offers one of the best in class virtual reality headgears with its Vive VR system. HTC Vive virtual reality system is innovative in many ways, starting with its sub-millimeter tracking precision along with hand controllers, which let you enjoy an almost free-roaming 3D experience.

HTC Vive Reviews and NewsThe system lets you explore VR-simulated landscapes and worldspaces, enclosed and open simulation environments, become a character in the game or interact with story personas and characters, and virtually touch VR objects. This way, HTC Vive virtual reality has earned the reputation as the world’s premier VR system.

Vive was developed through the partnership between HTC and Valve. Unlike Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR that uses only one camera, the HTC Vive virtual reality system produces two images simultaneously with two base stations. It can efficiently track and map your movements as you explore the 3D world.

You get two base stations, two controllers, the headset unit, a small hub (to be placed between your PC and headset), and charging cords for the controllers, a cloth for the lenses, and the base stations’ power cables in one package.

Vive is bundled with three games: The Lab, Fantastic Contraption, and Job Simulator. HTC Vive is the perfect companion when playing your favorite games on Steam. It is powered by SteamVR, which lets you enjoy many different games in virtual reality.

Users who have tried the HTC Vive can attest to the amazing VR experience they got through sharp visuals, full-room sensing, and excellent motion controls. The hardware is intuitive and can let you know where the walls are, while the built-in camera in the helmet lets you view your space, even while wearing the headset. Thus, having the HTC Vive virtual reality system is like having your own holodeck.


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