HTC says its virtual reality device is compatible with the new MacOS High Sierra system

Jun

6

2017

It is believed that the compatibility will give HTC a great opportunity to spread more widely
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HTC said on Tuesday that its virtual reality scanner will be compatible with the new version, codenamed “High Sierra”, from the Mac OS operating system of Apple , which is scheduled to be launched later Of the current year.

Since FIVE glasses from Taiwan’s consumer electronics company are working in conjunction with Valve’s SteamVR virtual reality platform, Apple said on Monday it was working with FALF to make the SteamVR platform compatible with the release. The new Mac OS.

It is believed that the compatibility with Apple’s personal Mac computers will give HTC through its virtual reality cameras a great opportunity to spread on a wider scale, having focused so far on personal computers running Windows 10 from Microsoft. The Taiwanese company has also worked in this field with both Intel and Google.

Analysts believe that the compatibility of the “HTC Five” with Mac OS Hai Sierra will bring about 100 million users of Mac personal computers.

Apple has been using the HTC FIVE to display virtual reality capabilities coming to Mac OS, during the opening session of the annual developers’ conference WWDC 2017, which kicked off on Monday.

The HTC announcement comes in conjunction with Sony’s announcement that it has sold more than 1 million units of its virtual reality camera, the PlayStation VR, from its launch in October.

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