By Al Caudullo
Getting people to watch VR in the right headset can either make or break the experience. If it doesn’t look good, you lose the audience. If it does, then they are converted to VR believers for life.
The biggest issue facing VR today is resolution. When you have VR headset that close to your face, resolution, pixels per inch of the display make a huge difference.
Oculus Rift 2160×1200 with 456 PPI
HTC Vive 2160×1200 with 447PPI
PiMax 4K 3840×2160 with 806PPI
Right from the start, you can see that the PiMax 4K has better specs. The Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive offer 2.5 million pixels (1.25 million pixels per eye), but PIMAX delivers 8.29 million pixels. The first time you put it on and view a 360 video in the PiMax 4K, there is absolutely no doubt that it is the best VR Headset for video on the market.
Let’s examine All the specs of the PiMax 4K VR Headset
110 degree Field of View (FOV)
60Hz refresh rate
3840 x 2160 4K UHD screen resolution with 8.29 million pixels and 806 PPI.
An acceleration sensor, magnetometer sensor, range sensor, and a light sensor with 18ms MTP.
Auto light adjustment system, auto demisting system and blue light filter coating.
1000Hz dual Gyroscope
Dual 53 mm large aspherical optical lens
Self-adaption 58 -71 mm pupil distance
HDMI 1.4B Video Output Port, USB v2.0/USB v3.0 Interface
Audio: Virtual 5.1 Soundstage
3.5 mm earphones jack and features 40mm driver unit
1x USB Cable
1x HDMI Cable
Build: ABS Plastic, Glass, and Sponge
Now I’ll → continue…
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