As your head moves, the images move in real-time, assuring a realistic experience.
A gyroscope is a sensor that tracks the orientation of a device, more specifically by measuring the angular rotational velocity. Initially, they were built using a spinning rotor to detect changes in orientation, like twisting or rotation.
The device can track your position in space and warn you if you are about to hit something.
The headset has multiple sensors and cameras that assure low latency tracking for 360° movements.
An accelerometer is a sensor used to measure the linear acceleration of a device. A common application is detecting when a device changes between vertical and horizontal positions.
The gesture control function allows you to manipulate virtual objects.
The area of the surface that can be used for VR or AR simulations. A larger tracking area allows you more freedom of movement.
With an infrared sensor the device can detect motion by measuring the infrared (IR) light radiating from objects in its field of view.
The device uses laser emitters that fill the space with non-visible light, accurately calculating the distance between objects based on the time it takes for the light to reach the photosensors on the head-mounted headset.