Not sure that they will make the consumer version or not, but see some promote on their site.
acer is a big share holder of starvr and may be possible. Ever talked with imax vr manager, he told me that contact between starvr and imax vr almost ended (no confirmation). So may starvr can sell the consumer version soon.
But starvr still have a lot of issues which have to be solved too, such as distortion at the edge and ipd adjustment. The price is interesting too.
This would have not happened if the FOV target was realistically engineered to a more natural value of 170/180 since the beginning, and many users and backers were insisting on wanting a “goat view” in place of human like view, for what purpose I still am wondering
LOL. What I’m curious about mainly is if it’s using SteamVR controllers, I’m hoping they don’t go for something custom. Also hoping they implemented hardware IPD. There are enough ways to screw this up so I’m not getting too excited just yet but man, I did find this wonderful news.
well HTC can get $800 for the vive pro so this will not be cheap probably a hell of a lot more expensive than the pimax 5K when it gets released , Although Acer have to ability to turn them out at a low cost , already have the production lines and distribution network
I don’t really care about the price. I got into this market FULLY prepared to pay whatever it takes to get a VR experience I truly want. So as long StarVR’s price isn’t something absolutely absurd like $10,000 or higher, then I’m on board.
Yeah both my fellow Germans seem to be kinda stoked about what is to come with starvr . As Seb mentioned them venturing with Acer will be awesome at least in terms of…support…aaaaand OLED
We will see in a few days whether there gonna be some catches like controller, tracking, compability and price of course.
I really hope Pimax are gonna step up their game a lil and do it right. Now that there “may” be a serious contender it will be far tougher to stand out.
For me, the formulation ”we made something for you” means it’s intended to be used for the public rather than professionals. The outline shoes a soft top strap, the side strap appears to be rigid at the back. It’s a side view, possibly because the front view is ugly, so it’s probably got a wide FOV.