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HTC Vive Announces XR Elite

The wireless VR headset features a resolution of 1,920x1,920 pixels per eye, 6 DoF inside-out tracking, a 90 Hz refresh rate, a field of view of up to 110 degrees and embedded speakers with dual microphones for echo cancellation.

ASC Staff

HTC Vive has released the XR Elite virtual-reality headset, which can be used to view VR content and handle visualization and virtual scouting on virtual productions.




The headset features robust graphics performance and high-resolution, full-color passthrough capability in a small form factor. It can be personalized for a comfortable viewing experience with IPD (inter-pupillary distance) and diopter dials. The Elite features a resolution of 1,920x1,920 pixels per eye (3,840x1,920 pixels combined), 6 DoF inside-out tracking, a 90 Hz refresh rate, a field of view of up to 110 degrees and embedded speakers with dual microphones for echo cancellation.




Vive XR Elite adapts the tethered Vive Flow into a standalone solution. The Flow required a wired connection to a mobile device and was worn like a pair of glasses. The Vive XR Elite also features a compact, goggle-style form, but it connects to a rear battery pack with a pad for the back of the head and is completely wireless.




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