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Patent reveals NVIDIA is working on a VR headset

Posted on Thursday, June 11 2015 @ 13:39:34 CEST by


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NVIDIA is or was looking into creating its own VR headset. A patent application shows the firm drew up concepts of a VR headset that is most likely powered by its Tegra X1 Super Chip. The headset features three sets of cameras and packs a wireless adapter, which could be used to stream games via the firm's GRID service.
Spotted by VR Focus, the patent application shows a VR headset that is most likely powered by Tegra X1 Super Chip and has a much more compact design compared to the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive or Sony's Project Morpheus VR headsets. It also features three sets of cameras, a pair located at the bottom front of the device and one on either side of it, which could be used to map the area surrounding the user, while the front ones will be used to track gestures with "sub-millimetre movement resolution".

The Nvidia VR headset, when launched, will be most likely based on Tegra X1 SoC which packs 256 Maxwell GPU cores and is based on octa-core CPU design with four Cortex A57 and four Cortex A53 cores.
NVIDIA VR patent slide

Source: FUD Zilla



 



 

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