Have you been wondering about Virtual Reality (VR) technology? It might be time to check on the HTC Vive Pro. The gear is a little clunky, but the experience is truly mesmerizing.
You really will be transported to another world. Have you ever wanted to dive deep into the ocean and explore what is in the deep blue? This gear will get you there without all the actual danger of being in the sea.
Some people compare this to holodecks. Remember in Star Trek when they could just talk to their pals in other dimensions through these realistic copycats? There is an essence to the VR world that is hyper-real, and then at the same time, it is also void of realism. The juxtaposition makes for a great start to an essay. But thankfully you won’t have to do any boring school projects about VR if you don’t want to.
The Pro is upgraded from the original Vive. The Vive goes at 2,160 by 1,200, whereas the Pro goes at 2,880 by 1,600. Obviously, this just leads to greater realism and speed. It also leads to enhanced details. The pixel saturation of the Pro is obviously higher than the Vive as well.
You can tilt the headphones away from your ears if the sound is too loud or blaring. There are also two cameras in the Pro as opposed to just one in the Vive. The Pro fits better so you can wear it longer without getting those dreaded VR lines in your skin. It’s just hard to explain to people.
Some people find the Pro a hard pill to swallow in terms of price. It’s true that $1400 is a great sacrifice to many gamers’ budgets. However, if you are in the mood to splurge, the Pro is the best that HTC has to offer for VR.