Samsung Is Secretly Working On An Independent Virtual Reality Camera With Advanced Capabilities

Jul

4

2017

Visual Camp, a fledgling virtual reality tracking company that supports eye tracking, unveiled a prototype of an independent virtual reality watch on which Samsung was working and which it secretly presented at the MWC World Mobile Congress in March.

The company has presented a picture of the glasses that Samsung appears to have named “Xenos VR3” to distinguish it from Xenos VR2, which was supposed to have come before. It incorporates a 10-nanometer processor with a Mali G71 graphics processor, and much like the series of Xenos 9 processors.

The Xenos VR3 can support two WQHD + monitors at 90 Hz, or one 4K screen at 75 Hz. In addition, the glasses support the eye-tracking feature, as well as support for hand movement tracking and facial expression recognition.

There is no mention of the inward-outward motion tracking feature, which is one of the main advantages of mobile virtual reality glasses, but it is thought there are enough sensors to make this possible. It also did not say whether the glasses supported the selective image processing feature, since the ability to track the eyesight allows focus to provide the parts in which the user looks best.

A report released last year said that Samsung, which for years has been offering smartphones based on smartphones, is developing an independent virtual reality glasses, and is also considering supporting hands-tracking.

As in February, Samsung unveiled four new innovations in the development of its Creative Lab, which it said would provide a wide range of expertise in the field.

The new innovations from Samsung included a smart solution for the blind, glasses to display the content of personal computers without a screen, a solution to furnish homes using virtual reality technology, and a platform to experience travel 360 degrees.

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