Valve Index Glasses
– The best controller Determine the position and posture of the hands, fingers, pressure strength. in detail
– High resolution glasses are LCD screens with a resolution of 1440×1600 per side, frame rate up to 120-144Hz.
– Valve Index’s audio system is off-ear, meaning the headphones don’t have to be attached to the ears. but floats above the ears to make the sound sound more dimensional, more comfortable
The Valve Index is a VR headset compatible with the SteamVR platform, which was previously partnered with HTC to make the Vive line of glasses.
The Valve Index set includes three components: a goggles, a controller, and an external motion trap (Base Station).
Headset The headset is a high-resolution eyeglasses, with an LCD screen with a resolution of 1440×1600 per side, which Valve says has 50% more total pixels than an OLED screen, providing a sharper image from the same rendering, Frame rates up to 120Hz and acceleration modes up to 144Hz, higher quality lenses. It has 20 degrees more viewing angle than HTC Vive glasses.
Valve Index’s audio system is off-ear, meaning the headphones don’t have to be attached to the ear. But floating above the ears to make the sound sound more dimensional, more comfortable, not hot, not uncomfortable, the headphones can be positioned as needed.
The Valve Index also features a front-facing RGB camera to capture foreground images onto the monitor, and Valve will give developers access to this input as well. Additionally, the front of the glasses also features a USB Type-A port for future peripherals.
Controller The official name of this controller is Valve Index Controllers. It’s a 2-hand controller just like the controllers of other VR headsets.
Valve says the controller has 87 sensors per side, capable of capturing the position and gestures of the hands, fingers, pressure strength. There are a variety of inputs, including A/B buttons for normal games, thumbsticks, trigger buttons, trackpad buttons for tapping. The added part is to support the squeeze (squeeze) by measuring the weight of the squeeze as well.
The battery can last for 7 hours and has a fast charging system.
The Base Station 2.0 Valve Index also uses external tracking instead of the built-in sensor. For the reason that having an outdoor motion detector is better quality. Plus, this case still requires up to 2 devices to work together.
Base Station 2.0 has a field of view (FOV) wider to 160º x 115º, the distance is increased to 7 meters, supporting a larger gaming area than before The laser sweeps the area 100 times per second. Provides precision beyond millimeters And if not satisfied, you can also buy the 3rd and 4th Base Station to create a large gaming area up to 10×10 meters.