StarVR One headset has oled screens,




eyetracking and a viewing angle of 210 degrees

StarVR has announced a new version of its vr headset, which is not delivered to consumers. Like the first model, the StarVR One has an angle of view of 210 degrees, but has oled screens and is equipped with eyetracking.

The StarVR One is equipped with two 4.77 “-oled screens with a refresh rate of 90Hz The resolution is not what the company calls, but there are sixteen million subb pixels present. According to RoadToVR , these are panels with a resolution of 1830×1464 pixels per piece, which in total is good for a resolution of 3660×1464 pixels.This makes the resolution lower than that of the first StarVR headset, which had two 5.5 “LCDs with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, for a total of 5120×1440 pixels. . However, according to the makers, the screen-through effect is less present with the new glasses, due to the structure of the OLED screens. The new panels are also faster than the LCDs in the previous version; they had a refresh rate of 62Hz.

StarVR One
Infrared LEDs for eyetracking
The StarVR One has a horizontal angle of view of 210 degrees and a vertical angle of view of 130 degrees. That is the same as the angle of view of the first StarVR headset. In the new glasses is eyetracking technique by Tobii. This is used for dynamic foveated rendering , so that only the part that the user looks at is rendered in a high resolution. Infrared LEDs illuminate the eye so that a camera in the headset can follow the movements of the pupils.

There are two versions of the StarVR One; the regular version works with StreamVR Tracking 2.0, the tracking technology that the HTC Vive also uses. In addition, there is an XT variant that is equipped with optical markers that can be used with other tracking systems. This makes tracking in larger spaces possible; at SteamVR this is limited to an area of ​​10×10 meters.

The company’s VR glasses are not sold to consumers, but are intended for companies that set up free arcade halls, for example. Tweakers published a hands-on of the first StarVR headset last year.

StarVR One


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