HTC releases an update that allows the Vive Focus 3 to track 990 square feet of virtual playing space and share maps with other headphones. In addition, Wifi 6E is enabled in the device and this should improve the user experience.
HTC Melted On the support page That with the update, the Vive Focus 3 headset will be able to track a much larger virtual gaming area. Currently, sensors in location-based entertainment the situation Analyze and track an area of 15 x 15 meters on the Focus 3 headphones. In the update, it will be increased to 30 x 33 meters, that is, an area of 990 square metres. In addition, this area should not soon be a square or a rectangle, it can also be polygonal, according to HTC.
HTC is also adding a map sharing feature in the update. This allows the local VR map and all its relevant dimensions to be instantly shared with other headsets. Multi-Focus 3 headset can anchor on one and the same map and also track the players in that map. Visual metering mode now allows users to skip the initial setup process and go straight to 6DoF mode.
The software update also activates the headset’s hardware feature, Wi-FI 6E. According to HTC, the low latency and high bandwidth of the Wi-FI 6E will contribute to the user experience. The technology makes it possible to connect to more devices at the same time.
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