Beenoculus Introduces Its New 3DoF VR Headset Built for Brazilian Developers and Companies

Beenoculus Introduces Its New 3DoF VR Headset Built for Brazilian Developers and Companies

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The Brazil-based extended reality hardware and software solutions provider for businesses, Beenoculus, introduced its newest all-in-one 3DoF virtual reality headset at the 5G Summit Brazil in São Paulo, Brazil last week.

According to Beenoculus, its new product will cater to the requirements of Brazilian developers and companies. It is a low-cost VR headset that offers a cost-effective solution to address various use cases and provides an end-to-end solution that satisfies hardware, software, and content needs.

The company’s new product, based on DPVR’s P1 Pro modular VR headset, is powered by the Qualcomm Adreno 615 GPU, runs on the Snapdragon XR1 chipset, and comes with a 2.5K or 4K display option. It also offers a 100-degree field of view (FoV).

Virtual reality device design and manufacturing company DPVR, based in Shanghai, has chosen Beenoculus as its sole representative in South America. The company had established a partnership in October of the previous year.

“XR is about brand-new, natural-language human-computer interfaces that enable users to access knowledge through enjoyable and memorable experiences,” said José Evangelista Terrabuio Junior, CEO of Beenoculus.

Moreover, XR includes the most effective communication languages ever developed by humans. The breakneck speeds that 5G technology will help XR significantly improve current user experiences, facilitating the quick adoption of VR technology across various businesses and industries.

Beenoculus claimed to be the only VR equipment service integrator present at the Qualcomm-organized 5G Summit Brazil conference.

“We’re glad our partner, Beenoculus, attended such an innovative event. The advent of the 5G age will surely help to advance the virtual reality industry and expand the scope of applications for VR technology,” said Derek Liu, VP of DPVR.

In addition to discussing the devices and industry sectors that stand to benefit from new technologies like IoT (Internet of Things), Private Networks, Open RAN, and the Metaverse, the event also covered trends and prospects for the impact of 5G on Brazil.

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