HTC Vive breaks cover - a virtual reality headset developed by HTC and Valve
The VR headgear uses over 70 sensors and provides a full, 360-degree room tracking. You can not only look around, but walk and experience the virtual plane, as well as interact "just like you do in the real world". The Vive offers a pretty nice 90fps performance. The headgear comes with two separate VR controllers, functioning with a plethora of different "VR experiences".
The company will partner with a number of prominent game developers, like Vertigo Games, Bossa, Barry –Fireproof, Dovetail Games, Wemo Labs, Google, Steel Wool Games and Owlchemy. Other popular partners are Google, HBO, Lionsgate, and the National Palace Museum in Taiwan, all of which will provide VR content for the HTC Vive.
The wearable will land on the shelves before year's end.