Photo credit: Brad Lynch
The Meta Cambria virtual reality headset has possibly leaked, and it’s reportedly slated for release later this year. This Oculus VR successor should come equipped with two diagonal 2.48-inch Mini-LED panels, each with a native resolution of 2160 x 2160 pixels. There are two slim lenses for screen magnification and face tracking system, but aside from those details, not much is known about the headset. Read more for additional renders and information.
Analyst Brand Lynch, the person behind these renders, is 250% confident that this is what the production VR headset will look like. Fortunately, there is going to be a Meta Quest press event on April 20th, so we won’t have to wait long until these images are confirmed to be accurate. Instead of simply replacing the Oculus 2 VR headset, Project Cambria (SeaCliff) is aimted to be an entirely new device. However, it may be a while until you’ll be able to actually feel things in virtual reality, like Microsoft’s Haptic PIVOT.
- Get two bonus games when you buy Meta Quest 2. Ends 06/03/23. Upon Activation, you will receive a notification message via email, in your mobile app,...
- Meta Quest is for ages 13+. Certain apps, games and experiences may be suitable for a more mature audience.
- Keep your experience smooth and seamless, even as high speed action unfolds around you with a super-fast processor and high-resolution display.