From tablets and computers to wired headsets, virtual reality (VR) is a rapidly emerging genre for everything from gaming to medical, and military training to education.
Within the world of VR entertainment, the recently introduced 1.8 GHz quad-core Rockchip RK3288 microprocessor has taken the concept to an entirely new level.
Introduced by Rockchip, China’s leading semiconductor company
and mobile SoC (System-on-Chip) solution provider, the highly versatile RK3288
, will be on display, among several other products, at CES 2016
from January 6-9
. Rockchip will exhibit from Booth 31663 in the South Hall 3 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Already a major player in the world of VR gaming, Rockchip’s combination of the RK3288 processor with a tether-free virtual reality gaming headset will revolutionize the gamer experience.
In addition to eliminating the wire component, this wearable technology offers high resolution/UHD that provides users with a lifelike visual gaming experience within a free-roaming movement environment.
Five key technologies powered by the RK3288 VR processor include:
- Left and right split-screen technology. Supports system-level split-screen technology on one side with one-button shift and split-screen technology on two different LCD screens;
- Stereoscopic 3D game driver. Automatically extracting depth information, immediately shifting 2D games to 3D!
- Distortion and dispersion adjustment technology.Cooperates with optical and structure to achieve optimal vision.
- Pupillary distance adjustment technology. Provides best comfort to eyes with PD adjustment.
- Support HDMI-In. Compatible with both PC games and video input.
“Rockchip has revolutionized the concept of VR gaming both for hardware manufacturers and the end user,” says Feng Chen, Senior VP of Rockchip. “For manufacturers, the ability to integrate a moderately priced chipset into their designs increases and expands their ability to competitively enter the marketplace – and for the consumer, they get to enjoy the benefits of optimal VR performance through superior optical visual design that’s compatible with most of the popular gaming platforms on the market.”
In addition to Rockchip’s proprietary headmounted display, the RK3288 is integrated into several other popular and heavily selling products includingNibiru (3D game VR glasses), HighGlass (wearable 3D movie glasses) and others.