HTC in partnership with holoride, is going to take the VR experience to the next level.
This new collaboration, will make your long and boring rides an exciting one. Holoride, a company based on future in-vehicle entertainment is working to extend its XR technology to the HTC’s Vive Flow.
HTC Introduces In Car VR Experience For Its Vive Flow Headset
With Vive Flow together with XR will totally transform users in-car entertainment experience. While sitting on the backseat of your car, you can enjoy a wide variety of virtual contents that includes roller coaster rides, exploring a theme park or visits to plenty of virtual worlds.
The two companies are working together to bring thrill to every ride by merging the XR content to the real-time motion. For this they use the location and navigational data of the vehicle to create a realistic and immersive experience. The overall experience of the virtual world will depend on the speed of the car to avoid any motion sickness.
Also, the Vive Flow will allow the riders to automatically navigate through the world of virtual reality by using gestures like the traditional VR devices.
“holoride is on a mission to create exciting in-vehicle experiences for passengers to travel the Metaverse, and that starts with putting our technology in the hands – or on the heads – of riders,” said Nils Wollny, CEO and co-founder of holoride.
About Vive Flow
VIVE Flow are sleek, portable and lightweight glasses that can be a perfect fit for travel. With XR technology riders can enjoy a ride filled with virtual world and various 2 contents on the go. The glasses weighs only 189 grams, they are comfortable to wear as it has dual- hinge design and soft gasket that makes easy wearing and removal.
The Vive Flow VR glasses offers a cinematic view to enjoy movies, games, and any other traditional 2D content.
“VIVE Flow can fit in the palm of your hand and still deliver a breathtaking experience,” said Shen Ye, Global Head of Hardware at HTC VIVE. “
A demo of HTC’s VIVE Flow with holoride’s XR technology will be shown at the Mobile World Congress 2022 in Barcelona, Spain between Feb. 28 to Mar. 3.