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This year at CES, Oculus has announced their partnership with Xioami and Qualcomm Technology to produce new generation VR products at affordable prices for worldwide users. From information released by Oculus, Xiaomi as a hardware partner for global launch for Oculus Go. In addition, they announced Mi VR Standalone special for the Chinese market.

Oculus Go and Mi VR Standalone are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Mobile VR Platform. Both devices share same design and features also support Oculus Mobile SDK which allows Oculus to easily carry their content to the Mi VR platform in China.

Mi VR Standalone

Mi VR Standalone shares the same core specification as Oculus Go. Both devices have the same technology, including 2K resolution LCD screens, new generation lenses and integrated spatial audio systems. Adding to this feature is broad-based movie content, 360 ° video and interactive games available through the Mi VR Store. Mi VR Standalone has an integrated spatial audio technology developed by Oculus. Audio drives are built right into the headset, making the VR experience better and making it easy to share with others. There’s also a 3.5mm headphone jack for a more personal listening experience.

Based on Oculus technology, the Mi VR Standalone system meets the needs of Chinese consumers. Mi VR Standalone supports both the Oculus Mobile SDK and the Mi VR SDK, making it easy for developers in China to add content to it, and giving existing Oculus developers a streamlined path to bring their content to the Chinese market on the Mi VR platform. Xiaomi is working with several developers to bring some popular games, videos and apps from Oculus Store to Mi VR Store in China, giving China consumer access to high-quality mobile VR content.

Sources: Xiaomi, Oculus

Tags : Mi VR StandaloneOculusOculus GoQualcommVRXiaomi
Arif Ishak

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Editor in Piratz.MY and a technician in Malaysia Airlines Also one of moderator in MIUI Forum (Theme Section)

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