Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone Virtual Reality Headset sports with Snapdragon 821 SoC
Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone virtual reality headset premiered on Thursday in Xiaomi’s yearly launching event in Shenzhen, China. The Mi VR Standalone headset was constructed in collaboration with Facebook-owned Oculus, and will be another step in the Chinese firm’s venture with Oculus after it fabricated the Oculus Move headset for this. The Mi VR Standalone headset was priced beginning CNY 1,499 (approximately Rs. 15,800) for its 32GB inbuilt storage variant, and it’s up for pre-orders from the nation.
It sports a specially-modulated diffractive optical apparatus, with Fresnel lenses made by Oculus. It occupies 32GB or 64GB of storage that is inbuilt. Sensors on board comprise a space detector and inertial detector. The headset encourages 3DoF (degrees of freedom) and includes a neck displacement alternative.
Xiaomi claims that the headset was made for Asians’, also states it’s going to fit smoothly on faces. It weighs 425 g without straps. Xiaomi is denying the accessibility of at least a hundred games through the Oculus shop. Last, the business adds that Mi VR Standalone headset has built-in panoramic near-field headphones effective at providing a 360-degree surround audio.
It ships with a motion-sensitive control, weighing 40 g, and conveys an inertial sensor aside from encouraging 3DoF. It’s a house key back essential, touch panel, and activate the key.