Innovative gadgets for virtual reality systems that will be used in mobile phones will open a new page in the development of virtual reality.
It was announced that Mova's gadgets will support 5G internet. Thanks to them, it will be possible to move to Manova and create a new platform for the virtual world, where it will be possible to unite all of humanity. Time frames, all boundaries, and barriers between people will be erased.
The XRSpace headset is priced at $ 599. For such a price, users will get great opportunities, for example, they can move around Manova in the form of a full-size avatar that will have all the characteristics of the user. Free communication, collaboration, entertainment, and recreation in the vastness of virtual reality will become available.
All Mova's battery-powered gadgets are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. The product is available in two colors, white or orange, and is by far the smallest of its kind. This gadget contains special visual sensors that have an innovative scanning technique, thereby making it possible to control everything and move in the virtual space with the help of hand movements.
According to the experts and developers of the company, it is the improved recognition of gestures that has become one of the most long-awaited and valuable discoveries of the system.
XRSpace promotes the idea of Mova wireless systems that do not require adjustment. But still, a little later controllers will be presented for some areas of the system, such as games for example.
Another of the main advantages of Mova is the ability to recreate the interior you need by scanning the surrounding area.
The main goal of the developers is to enable people around the globe to communicate freely with each other, using 5G XR innovations. With the help of simple but impressive functionality equipment, the company will allow the use of mobile devices for communication at a new level, more innovative and convenient.
Technology that is not for everyone
There are speculations that not all people will be able to purchase the very expensive Mova technology from XRSpace.
Experts from the analytical center Gartner argue that virtual reality will not be able to enter the masses, since, at the moment, it is not something pop and widespread. Therefore, they don't expect much hype around XRSpace products. But, in response to such allegations, researchers of consumer technology from New York argue that in the modern world, people tired of self-isolation and quarantine restrictions are looking for various ways out of the situation and trying new, previously unknown things. The only thing that can stop users is the price.
Today, the development of high-quality and at the same time expensive virtual reality products can be a rather controversial idea. Most analysts believe that the development of improved gadgets, with a high price policy, is not a very good decision. This is always fraught with risks and possible losses; the system may turn out to be unclaimed for the broad masses of consumers. For some companies, it has taken many years to bring their product to the world market and get closer to customers. Therefore, XRSpace must be prepared for the fact that they have to face competition in their chosen niche. Some developers of virtual reality headsets can already afford to increase the production of gadgets they have developed, which they had among customers.
Developing a mobile mindset
5G technologies may have mixed, mixed success for the Mova system. The virtual reality world will certainly get a lot of positives with the introduction of 5G, as it opens up new opportunities and improved communication quality for collaboration.
Researchers cannot come to a final verdict and predict whether 5G will be very popular among consumers and how many people will soon be able to use this technology. After all, 5G is just beginning its development.
David McQueen, one of the leaders of Strategy Analytics, is confident that the developers took into account its mobility when creating Mova. Indeed, the very fact of the presence of regulation by gestures makes it possible to abandon controllers. Also, the analyst says that he was surprised that Mova is working with a customer-centric program. After all, mobile virtual reality gadgets are mainly aimed at corporate needs and have their consumers.
VR is often used to control drones or as mobile gadgets with mobile operators. Since most operators strive to keep up with the times and use 5G technologies for high-quality communication, as well as to enable their customers to immerse themselves in the virtual world, it is worth considering cooperation with them.
The success of such a collaboration depends on the region in which the products will be introduced. So, for example, in the People's Republic of China, telecom operators have well-developed consumer content systems, so stand-alone gadgets with built-in connectivity are ideal for taking root there. In contrast to the countries of America and Western Europe, where such a system will be perceived as a curiosity.
It is worth noting that the cost of a headset supporting 5G technology will be much higher. But soon, absolutely all technology for creating virtual reality will work with 5G. The rapid development of virtual, as well as, augmented reality, will reach a new level and create real success in the world of technology. People will be able to get a lot more opportunities than now.