Worldwide Introductory Release of Idealens II All-in-one VR Headset
The hardware components of the Idealens II, is made up of modules for computing, tracking display, and battery are all incorporated into a compact body, so as to allow the headset operate completely on its own, without the need to connect to any kind of console or wires, therefore, getting rid of the rigid limitations on the places for use by PC grade VR devices. But, the experience provided by the VR headset is arguably equivalent to that of the PC grade devices.
However, the benefit of portability of all-in-one headsets offers rigorous demand for wearing. Compared to other VR products, while bearing all hardware, all-in-one headsets need to meet the complicated demands of easy movement from the users, thus, there are greater demands for wearable optimization, which is a very significant technical issue. Idealens has introduced an innovative solution in the II headset.
The all-in-one wearable solution of Idealens II has engaged a rear battery pack for weight balance, the first of its class globally, permitting the weight of the helmet’s main body to be reduced to 320g to allow a balanced distribution of weight, thus, greatly reducing the burden on the neck.
The mounting method was designed featuring a steel structure with a spring mechanism, the wearing system of Idealens II fits comfortably on the head in absence of any adjustment. Even when the user does sudden physical movements, the device will not become loose.
Idealens II also provides some careful thought features to the users, such as game mode and cinema mode, the multiple wearing modes including allowing users to experience various application scenarios freely. Glasses wearers do not need to remove their glasses, pupil distance may be adjusted to use the device directly, thereby, offering the most convenient wearable solution in practical application situations for the users.
As the use of all-in-one VR headsets increase, the drive of hardware technology is very important. Hence, the chip makers, such as Intel, Qualcomm and AMD all seek to make the best flagship chips for VR devices. The uses of AMOLED screens has provided substantial support for continuous control, while the main technical mission for VR manufactures is to supply good performance of optics, positioning and tracking, and wearability.
FOV (field of view) of VR devices is the first issue to be solved. Currently, the conventional products of the industry offer an FOV range between 96 and 110 degrees. But the FOV of Idealens II has reached to 120 degrees, which is the maximum value among various VR devices presently available in the market.
The characteristics of the device, such as the 120-degree FOV, 17ms delay, comfortable and convenient wearing method, and precise and wide range position tracking all make the experience of the mobile VR device to reach or even surpass that of the PC-attached products, making it the new standard for the entire VR industry.
On the above basis, Idealens II is supplied with two AMOLED screens, with a refresh rate of 90Hz, importantly reducing persistence for display. Kudos to the base algorithm developed by the Idealens team, the device is accompany with the advanced technologies of low lapse and the ATW (Asynchronous Time Warp), which is capable of reducing dizziness during use due to display delay. The overall delay can be controlled within 17ms and with top-speed response; users can experience a smoother, and more realistic virtual world.
The release of Idealens II all-in-one VR headset not only receives a major product into the global VR line-up, but also makes it possible for the industry to truly enter the VR free movement era in terms of technology.