A viewer with the same standard specifications as the rest of the platform. But that seems to have an integrated headset accessory. Blubur S2 will be available in China at the beginning of February 2018.
little more than a year ago Microsoft announced its collaboration with the Chinese manufacturer 3Glasses to join the other companies. That would produce a viewer compatible with Windows Mixed Reality. At that time the company had the Blubur S1 viewer that required external optical sensors. And, in addition, had a different fastening system to the headband that all of Microsoft’s. Features that have changed with the new Blubur S2 presented by the Chinese company.
Blubur S2 Absolute positioning inside-out and headband type.
Like the rest of Windows MR viewers, with the exception of Samsung, the Blubur S2 also has two 1440×1440 LCD screens with a 105º angle of view. Also, there are two front cameras for the inside-out positioning and the characteristic headband-type fastening system. That allows us to lift the front part visor-like. It also has motion controllers that appear to be the generic of all viewers. So, that comes without any variation like those of the Samsung Odyssey.
Accessory with integrated headphones.
One of the differences, compared to other viewers of the platform, is that it seems to include or exist the option of acquiring an accessory that comes with integrated headphones. Also, that is something that we only have available with the Samsung viewer, which includes the AKG headphones.
Today there are already a total of eight manufacturers who offer viewers based on the Microsoft platform: Acer, Lenovo, Dell, HP, Asus, Samsung, Fujitsu, and 3Glasses.
3Glasses Blubur S2 is available for pre-purchase in China for 3998 RMB (approximately € 513), and shipments will take place in early February 2018.