Acer’s all-new OJO 500 Windows Mixed Reality headset, unveiled at IFA 2018 in Berlin, features a modular design with detachable parts and is designed for museums or attractions since both the lens and head strap can easily be removed for cleaning. An integrated interpupillary distance (IPD) wheel enables you to adjust the distance between the display and your eyes, making VR apps and games in Windows Mixed Reality much clearer. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“Acer is also improving its field of view with a wider 100-degree view thanks to two 2.89-inch LCD displays (2880 x 1440). While Samsung integrated its own headphones into its Mixed Reality headset, Acer has created a ‘sound pipe’ that allows users to hear audio without wearing headphones. There are also built-in headphones with the hard head strap if the spatial audio isn’t immersive enough,” reports The Verge.