» 👉 CES 2019: HTC announces VIVE Cosmos and VIVE Pro Eye virtual reality (VR) headsets - Price, Availability, Video

CES 2019: HTC announces VIVE Cosmos and VIVE Pro Eye virtual reality (VR) headsets. HTC VIVE today announced VIVE Pro Eye, a new headset with built-in eye tracking. HTC also unveiled a developer kit for a future headset, VIVE Cosmos, created with a new level of accessibility and ease of use.
CES 2019: HTC announces VIVE COSMOS
CES 2019: HTC announces VIVE Cosmos
VIVE Cosmos
Unveiled for the first time today, Vive Cosmos is the newest VR headset from Vive, offering absolute comfort, and ease of set-up and use. With no external base stations required, Vive Cosmos maximizes flexibility of usage space, whether at home or on the go, and has the capability to be powered by more than a traditional gaming PC.

With the introduction of Cosmos, HTC aims to redefine how VR is accessed by offering a headset that is quick to setup and use and can be taken on the go to new play environments. Cosmos will be the first Vive headset to feature the "Vive Reality System," an entirely new design experience for VR.
CES 2019: HTC announces VIVE Pro Eye
CES 2019: HTC announces VIVE Pro Eye
Vive Pro Eye
Vive Pro, built to meet the needs of the professional VR user, just got even better with integrated eye tracking on the new Vive Pro Eye-giving users new levels of accessibility, including gaze-oriented menu navigation and removing the need for controllers.

With the inclusion of eye tracking, the new Vive Pro Eye will allow businesses and developers to gather more data about their training environments, help optimize computer and VR performance, and offer product design and research groups unprecedented levels of feedback.

Vive Pro Eye is targeted at the enterprise market where eye tracking has a number of immediate benefits-from performance, to accessibility, to improvements in training applications. It will also benefit developers by minimizing computing resources needed to render high-end VR environments.

Vive Reality System
HTC's Creative Labs team also revealed Vive Reality System, a completely reimagined way for people to experience the virtual world-encompassing the total user experience from the moment a headset is put on to how content is interacted with.

The Vive Reality System includes both operational and experiential elements impacting the entire Vive product portfolio and experienced first on the Vive Cosmos. As part of the project, Vive announced a deal with Mozilla to launch the first Vive-dedicated VR browser.

The Vive Reality System will power experiences across the entire Vive product portfolio and will be available first on the Vive Cosmos released later this year.

Pricing & Availability
HTC will first offer developer kits of Vive Cosmos in early 2019, and more details on availability and price will be announced later in the year.

The new Vive Pro Eye will launch in the second quarter of 2019.

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