HTC Vive Pro Kit

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HTC Vive Pro Kit
Key Features
  • 2880 x 1600 Total Resolution
  • Dual 3.5", 90 Hz AMOLED Displays
  • 110° FOV
  • Integrated Headphones & Microphones
Designed for an immersive, room-scale virtual reality experience, the HTC Vive Pro Kit was developed by HTC and Valve to be a complete system that includes video, audio, and precise motion tracking.
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Need to figure out storage for the headset, how ...

Need to figure out storage for the headset, how big is it?
Asked by: Barry
10" X 13" X 4.5"
Answered by: Warren
Date published: 2021-08-11

How can we buy additional base stations?

How can we buy additional base stations?
Asked by: Philipp
B&H # HTVRBASESTN will be compatible with VIVE, VIVE Pro headset.
Answered by: jessica
Date published: 2019-06-28

does the controllers use microB or type c ...

does the controllers use microB or type c charging?
Asked by: Lence
The controllers would use Micro USB cables.
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2019-10-03

Can anyone speak to how the headset fits with ...

Can anyone speak to how the headset fits with glasses on?
Asked by: Darwin
The comfort level will vary depending on the type of glass frame and your face size.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-05-08

Can you wear prescription glasses with this ...

Can you wear prescription glasses with this headset?
Asked by: Jim
I can buy steam 2.0 base station separately for this?
Answered by: Pablo
Date published: 2019-12-10

What can I do with just this headset connected to ...

What can I do with just this headset connected to PC? There's no head tracking at all built in?
Asked by: Killian
You would need the base stations as well to get this up and running.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-07-25

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I've seen something like this being used for investigation of MRI/X-ray scans. What types of images, or files can this work with?
Asked by: Steven H.
This device accepts a video signal. Not a file type. You would have to have a teleradiology application that supported augmented or virtual reality, and that application would likely be highly specific on which brands/models of VR devices they supported.
Answered by: raleigh
Date published: 2021-06-29
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