HP is developing a VR head display with eye tracking and facial imaging

HP seems to be working on a new windows hybrid reality head display, HP reverse omnicept edition. The device, revealed by Alumia, is a more advanced version of HP’s reverb G2, adding eye tracking and face view camera sensors. The basic HP reverseb G2 headset has a screen resolution of 2K per eye, hardware pupil spacing adjustment, and more cameras added, so the tracking effect is better. < / P > < p > the unpublished HP reverseb omnicept head display is equipped with eye tracking, which means that it can achieve more detailed honeycomb rendering, while facial imaging can realize expression tracking and create more realistic virtual characters, which is very useful for VR based video conferencing. < / P > < p > at present, the official has not released the compatibility information of this head display, but the existing reverb G2 head display already supports windows mixed reality and steam VR. We think the next version will provide the same function. Continue ReadingIqoo5 series debut strength interpretation of “120 super full mark flagship”