Intel Reveals Its All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset Called Project Alloy
One More Step towards Better Future!
Intel’s Latest Innovative Step – Project Alloy
Recently, Intel announced that it is working on Project Alloy, which is its own all-in-one virtual reality headset that lets the user discover virtual worlds untethered. Project Alloy includes graphics, computer, sensors self-contained and batteries all together in one system. It also has Intel RealSense in-built cameras, sensing the milieu so that user won’t run into anything.
More about Project Alloy
Generally, VR headsets like HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift require connecting to the PC from a headset, but this bulky new headset doesn’t need to wire to anything. It connects wirelessly, and a user can move in an environment. Moreover, a user can also see his hands in the virtual world and even pick up things. As per the press release, Intel Developer Forum, Krzanich believes that with the Alloy Project they can take the virtual world of the real world and the capabilities, that Alloy commences is truly significant.
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