Samsung has announced a new advanced display technology for the HMD Odyssey+, bringing true-to-life visuals to its entry into the Windows mixed reality space through the Windows Mixed Reality Platform.
Samsung claims that with the HMD Odessey+, you can experience true, distraction-free immersive viewing with its exclusive Anti-Screen Door Effect (Anti-SDE) Display innovation. The Samsung HMD Odyssey+ deploys its display technology to fight fixed-pattern noise, creating a perceived PPI of 1,233 PPI2 for an enhanced mixed reality experience.
With the dual 3.5-inch AMOLED displays and a combined resolution of 1,440 x 1,600 per eye, the Samsung HMD Odyssey+, when paired with Anti-SDE technology, pushes the visual boundaries forward for immersive technologies. And for those moments when you need to get back to reality, the Samsung HMD Odyssey+’s controller can act as a flashlight.
The Samsung HMD Odyssey+ integrates AKG’s audio technology for sounds. It comes with built-in 360-degree spatial sound support that simulates 3D audio, delivering precise acoustics from every angle. The headset also includes built-in volume controls, allowing you to easily adjust the volume whenever you need.
Samsung states that now, everything from the headband to the display position, to the Inter-Pupillary Distance (IPD) wheel, is easily adjustable so that anyone can find that perfect fit. The breathable anti-fog material of the Samsung HMD Odyssey+’s face padding ensures the inside of the eye box doesn’t mist up.
With precision 6 Degrees Of Freedom (DOF) tracking, you can indulge in richer mixed reality experiences. The 6DOF controller can detect your every move and distance travelled inside your mixed reality world, responding quickly to the slightest motion, ensuring your gameplay movements are more natural, and significantly reducing any dizziness from in-game motion.
The Samsung HMD Odyssey+ will be available in the US starting October 22, 2018, at the Microsoft store and Samsung.com, and will be soon available in other regions including Korea, China, Hong Kong, and Brazil....