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These standalone headsets will aim to utilize the convenience afforded by portable smartphone VR without the current constrictions holding back consumers like lack of physical space or incompatible software specs.More news: Comey furious over Trump team's smear campaign - and he's prepared to respond
The price tag may seem expensive, but experiencing high-end VR without being tethered to a beefy PC could encourage people to hand over the cash for one of the headsets. In VR, you're putting in a lot more effort because it's immersing you in a new experience. They'll feature WorldSense for positional tracking right out of the box without any external equipment.
Google touted new and improved positional tracking with its "World Sense" technology, which is created to sense your head movements so you don't need to add cameras and sensors throughout a room in your house just to do VR.
Google has collaborated with Qualcomm to develop and build on the design for the standalone headset. It's also not the first time Google has delved into head-worn standalone computer systems, having issued a limited launch of its Google Glass wearable some years prior. The next phone with Tango technology will be the ASUS ZenFone AR, available this summer.
But Google's new devices won't require any of that. As Google puts it, "While GPS can give you directions to a store, VPS could give you the precise location of an item within that store".