On Sunday, June 11, Microsoft launched a new system and this system does not know its future yet, but expects the company to launch the VR headset beginning in 2018.
The VR headset is based on mixed reality. The VR headset is the product of a consortium of international companies such as Acer, HP, Dell, HTC. Microsoft has adopted this new product with the Xbox One X.
During a personal interview with Polygon, he stated that Microsoft will be running the new wireless system and all hopes that the VR headset will be run on the wireless system. Microsoft engineers are currently working on developing the VR headset to be compatible with the computer.
Current studies are reducing battery usage with wireless use. Current experiments are based on the experience of calculating energy consumption compared to some of the systems presented in the market. These systems include TP Cast, Display Link, and in this system are complimentary users of a physical cable but relying on physical proximity to a transmitter to ensure a unspoiled connection.
So it had to be inside the VR headset battery. It must have certain qualities, for example, should be light, and longer life in addition to the low price so as not to affect the price of the device.
The strategy has delayed Microsoft’s entry into the virtual reality system. Other global companies have recently entered the field, such as Sony, and Sony has achieved its first sales of reality virtual machines, with sales of about one million devices in the first show. In last October.
Microsoft has previously lauded the “Project Scorpio,” now Xbox One X, as a VR inspiration so we’ll unquestionably see some of the virtual reality announcement in the future, but with no facts at its commence event, it’s uncertain how time-consuming we’ll have to wait.