HP's Next Windows Mixed Reality Features Higher Resolution and Improved Comfort

HP's Next Windows Mixed Reality Features Higher Resolution and Improved Comfort

HP's Next Windows Mixed Reality Features Higher Resolution and Improved Comfort

Like HP's previous VR headset, Copper will run on the Windows Mixed Reality platform and will primarily focus on prosumer and enterprise applications.

HP's new Windows Mixed Reality headset will have a resolution of 2160×2160 pixels per eye, and that's actually really impressive when compared to other headsets like the Oculus Rift. The resolution and the refresh rates were same as the original but the Pro had replaceable face cushions inside of it.

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Also, if you recall, a big issue with the Copper's predecessor is that it's somewhat uncomfortable to wear, which can be extremely annoying when you're gaming or wearing the headset for long periods of time. The folks at Road at VR got an early look at the device, codenamed Copper. This fidelity is markedly higher than the 1440 x 1440 pixels found in Microsoft's current lineup of Windows Mixed Reality devices, 1080 x 1200 offered in the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, or 1080 x 960 featured in the PlayStation VR. The circular strap joining point on the back will better mold to the backs of users' heads, and the design of the actual headset up front is compact, and presumably lightweight. Copper won't, however, radically improve other key metrics like field-of-view. But according to HP, Copper will be available for anyone to buy, allowing everyone to partake in the higher-resolution headset. The headset has been created to be more comfortable to wear, lighter, and much nicer to look at than ever before.

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