PICO 4 Enterprise (Enterprise Virtual Reality Headset)
PICO 4 Enterprise is a standalone virtual reality headset developed by Pico Interactive. It does not require a computer or additional hardware to operate, making it a convenient and portable device. It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 processor and 8GB of memory, allowing it to deliver virtual reality experiences with high visual quality. It also has a high-definition display and built-in audio for immersive virtual reality experiences.
PICO 4 Enterprise also delivers 6DOF tracking, which allows the glasses to track the user's head and hand movements in three dimensions, as well as their movement in physical space. This allows users to walk around and explore virtual environments in a more immersive and natural way. The glasses also support a “passthrough” feature that allows users to see the real world while wearing the glasses. This can be useful for navigating the real world in virtual reality and for avoiding obstacles or hazards that may be present in the user's physical environment.
The Pico 4 Enterprise also contains internal cameras, which can track the user's eyes and facial expressions.
Eye tracking and face tracking are technologies used in virtual reality (VR) to track the movements of the user's eyes and face, respectively. These technologies are often used to enhance the realism and immersion of VR experiences.
Eye tracking involves the use of sensors and algorithms to detect and track the movements of the user's eyes. This can be used to adjust the image on the screen in real-time, creating a sense of depth and movement. For example, if the user looks to the left, the image on the screen will move slightly to the left, giving the impression that the user is looking around the virtual environment. Eye tracking can also be used to control certain aspects of the VR experience, such as selecting items or navigating menus.
Face tracking is similar to eye tracking, but involves tracking the movement of the user's entire face rather than just the eyes. This can be used to capture the user's facial expressions and incorporate them into the VR experience. For example, if the user smiles, the VR experience can change to reflect this, or if the user frowns, the VR experience can react in a different way. Face tracking can also be used to control certain aspects of the VR experience, such as speaking or making facial expressions.
Pico 4 Enterprise is aimed at more business users and companies, so its store is also more oriented towards such experiences and requirements.
Display type: LCD
Resolution: 2160 x 2160
Refresh rate: 90 Hz
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2
Memory: 8 GB
Data space: 256 GB
Controller: Yes, two
Motion Detection: 6DoF
Eye Movement Detection: Yes
Facial expression detection: Yes