ByteDance, owner of LikeTok, is getting serious about virtual reality (VR) virtual reality, reports the protocol, as a source close to the company confirmed it plans to invest in VR-related content.
An investment has been created in an investment, as evidenced by the protocol, with more than 40 job listings popping up for Pico, the Chinese company ByteDance, the VR headset it acquired last year. Pico Studios located in the West Coast of the USA, and intended for use in the United States. Other engineering positions indicate an increased focus on Beko’s VR hardware, including optical engineer and electrical engineer for The Verge site transfer interface designs.
The protocol is also to Pico’s consumer sales list as a possible indication that Pico is looking to establish itself in the United States. Job description to final stage of candidates and reviewers “Picot Total Product Sales and Marketing Officer in the US Consumer Market”.
Compete for a range of series You need to compete with a group of major series that will provide Meta, HTC, Valve and PlayStation in the United States. The company’s all-in-one integrated headset, the Pico Neo 3 Link, was launched in Europe last May.
Its specs are very similar to that of the 256GB Meta Quest 2 Watch that costs $399 (as opposed to the $299 variant with 128GB).
It can be swapped for different headphones with the same storage, 1832 x 1920 resolution per eye, and a Snapdragon XR2 chip, however, the Neo 3 link comes with an additional headphone (a $49 accessory sold separately for Quest 2) and a DisplayPort connection instead of USB-C, which It allows to improve the image quality when you connect the headset to your computer.
Link to the Neo 3, the first option in the option for people who want to contract their services on page number $999 on a price tag for the HTC Vive Pro 2.
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