Samsung appears to be working on a Windows Mixed fact headset, according to a series of official-looking images posted with Twitter consumer WalkingCat that we premier saw via The Verge.
Microsoft is going to hold a dedicated Windows Mixed fact event following 7 days where it going to detect its plans for the platform as well as a number of headsets, that might involve Samsung’s device.
Then there’s audio, as Samsung is seemingly integrating a pair of AKG headphones right into the headset, likely with adjustable cushions to best fit over the user’s ears.
Samsung Windows Mixed fact headset pic.twitter.com/pOelleMpew — WalkingCat (@h0x0d) September 26, 2017There is not much further data on Samsung’s fresh gear, however chances are that it going to join other Windows Mixed fact headsets the time the platform launches — alongside the Windows ten Fall Creators upgrade — on October 17.
HP, on the other hand, is going up at $499 (£369), however it going to too involve motion controllers, extremely Samsung’s own headset going to likely hover around that value too.
Samsung working on Windows Mixed fact headset
The photos were posted to media ahead of a Windows Mixed fact event being held on October three in San Francisco.
Like generality mixed fact headsets, involving Microsoft’s Hololens, it appears to involve 6 degree-of-freedom tracking.
Mixed fact headsets going to be supported with Windows 10, after its Fall Creators upgrade scheduled for October 17, according to The Verge.
‘By combining our physical and digital worlds, we believe mixed fact is the following step in the evolution of human computing.
‘For the premier time, we are talking about a mixed fact system which fully immerses you in the trial not limited to a mobile device monitor size.
Samsung reportedly working on a Windows Mixed fact headset
Microsoft is planning to release a number of Windows Mixed fact headsets following month, and it appears Samsung may be planning its own in the near future.
Twitter consumer WalkingCat has detect photos of Samsung’s Windows Mixed fact headset, and it appears to involve 6 degree-of-freedom tracking such as generality of Microsoft’s headsets.
It appears Samsung going to be shipping its Mixed fact headset with Microsoft’s motion controllers.
Mixed fact headsets going to begin relleasing following 30 days alongside Microsoft’s Windows ten Fall Creators upgrade on October 17th.
Asus won’t be releasing its Windows Mixed fact headset until Spring 2018, in spite of endeed showing off its unique polygon design.
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