Huawei VR Glass-compatible NOLO CV1 Air Is The Most Lightweight Mobile VR

Posted: Jan 8 2020, 6:24pm CST | by , in CES


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Huawei VR Glass-compatible NOLO CV1 Air is the most lightweight mobile VR

This VR gaming accessory only weighs 20 grams!

Tech company NOLO VR has demonstrated its latest solution to virtual reality gaming: the NOLO CV1 Air motion tracking kit that works with the Huawei VR Glass.

NOLO VR branded this new VR accessory as the most lightweight mobile VR headset to date. When used with the Huawei VR Glass, the headset only weighs less than 200 grams. Despite being lightweight and portable, it still offers the best quality in a VR headset that gamers could find in the market.

It uses 6DoF interactive motion tracking technology, making it possible for the device to track a gamers' head and hands. This way, users will be able to play SteamVR games and mobile-based 6DoF VR games with +/-2mm positioning precision and less than 20ms positioning latency. Because it only measures 20 grams and is thin and crescent shaped, it's as if it's not even fitted into the Huawei VR Glass when used.

NOLO VR has modified the structure and industrial design of the headset marker of the NOLO CV1 Air. The NOLO CV1 Air motion tracking kit is composed of three main units: a base station, a headset marker and two controllers.

CES attendees can witness how the NOLO CV1 Air works at NOLO VR's booth during the biggest trade show of the year, which is ending on Friday, January 10.

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