HTC’s Vive Air stand-alone VR headset flows out on the iF design website


HTC Vive Air

iF World Design Guide

Following the Vive Focus, HTC seems to have prepared an independent wireless VR headset.Well-known iF On the design website, an unreleased product called Vive Air appeared. From the content of the introduction, it adopts a modular design and inherits the straps of Vive Cosmos. The device will look lighter, and the wearing comfort may be improved compared to previous Vive models.

HTC Vive Air

iF World Design Guide

According to the information provided on the webpage, Vive Air will be equipped with four tracking cameras, double the number of Vive Focus. The reason for the combination of components is probably because Vive Air is a product “designed for virtual fitness and high-intensity long-term use scenarios.” On this basis, you can also see the use of woven materials on the fuselage, as well as a more targeted ventilation design. And based on the modular solution, I think it is also because the parts other than the main body can be removed and cleaned more easily.

HTC Vive Air

iF World Design Guide

Prior to this, sports and action games can be said to be one of the most popular types of software in the VR field. If HTC Vive Air can really provide a better experience in this regard, it should also constitute a very competitive unique selling point, right?As for the release time, there is not much news yet, but there will be this year’s on the 11th and 12th of next month. ViveCon, It is still very likely that everyone will meet with Vive Air.