Xiaomi and Oculus shaken their hands for the worldwide launch of their VR headsets
Xiaomi and Oculus shaken their hands for the worldwide launch of their VR headsets. Oculus (owned by Facebook) is famous for his virtual reality (VR) headsets, now going to team up with Xiaomi and Qualcomm for the worldwide launch of their VR headsets.
The great efforts of Hugo Barra had shown up in the CES 2018. He is also leading the Facebook VR headset efforts. In the press conference, he shared his perceptive about the company’s plan about latest device Oculus Go.
Oculus Go is a separate VR device devoid of any PC or wires attached to it. This latest VR device optimizes 3D graphics and makes a 3D environment that turn out the virtual world to life.
In October 2017, Facebook the parent company of Oculus had announced Oculus Go VR headset. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 chipset is used in Oculus Go. After having this chipset, the Oculus Go doesn’t need to clip with any high-end smartphone to function.
In order to bring more freedom and convenience to the users Oculus Go has get the Qualcomm’s chipset technology.
As Oculus Go is company’s first standalone device so for hardware support Oculus has also collaborated with Xiaomi for its primary individual headset.
The partnership has been done between these companies and Xiaomi is the hardware partner for Oculus Go and Mi VR standalone headset.
The Mi VR headset works on same Oculus Go technology, features, and core hardware and it will be accessible for the Chinese market only. This Mi VR headset will hold up Oculus mobile software kit.
In this regard, Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi and Oculus is partnering with one another for the worldwide launch of their products.
Although there are not words for the release date of Oculus Go yet, but it will mean to be launched this year.