DPVR P1 Pro
The DPVR has taken the Asian market by storm when it comes to producing standard standalone VR headsets. One such example is the DPVR P1 Pro, which has a plethora of amazing features to offer. However, because of the headset’s high price, users do not believe that the features are entirely justified.
The size and weight of the headset are similar to the Oculus Go and Pico G2 4K, but the P1 4K Pro stands out by featuring a beautiful shiny plate on the front. This immediately gives the headset a much more glamorous and highly innovative appearance, so the glasses not only fit together well in terms of hardware but also look very nice to wear.
Very comfortable to wear
When you first put the DPVR P1 on your head, you will notice that it is light and comfortable. You can easily wear the glasses for an extended period of time without getting red marks around your face and eyes. Another advantage of the DPVR glasses is that they come with a silicone face mask, which makes the headset easy to clean with a cleaning cloth.
Their focus is somewhat limited to the Asian market
One of the issues that Asian VR headsets face in their quest to conquer Europe is the software they use. In practice, this appears to be heavily geared toward the Asian market. The start-up screen, for example, and the first applications are displayed in Chinese characters. It’s quite discouraging if you don’t know the language. DPVR, on the other hand, solved this issue by pre-installing the Viveport application on all headsets. With the DPVR P1 Pro, you can easily use the recognizable applications found on the Viveport platform.
Good image quality
The DPVR P1 Pro has excellent image quality. For playing and viewing standard 360-degree videos, the image resolution of 1280 x 1440 pixels per eye is adequate. Furthermore, the headset is very simple to use with an external SD card, so you can easily display content that you have created yourself. The DPVR P1 Pro supports video playback in 4K resolution. It has a more powerful internal processor than the standard variant (Snapdragon XR1 vs. Mali-T760).
The P1 Pro Light has excellent performance as well, but it is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821. Because of the 3 degrees of freedom, the headset is not recommended for playing VR games. The lens and optical design have also been improved. The Fresnel lens reduces stray light and halo effects to provide crisp image quality up to 4K resolution, but it’s best to avoid direct or indirect sunlight on the lenses. The lenses act like magnifying glasses, causing the screens to catch fire quickly.
The DPVR P1 Pro can be used anywhere
It is a wireless all-in-one head-mounted virtual reality headset that can be used anywhere. The software is well suited for personal use at home, but it can also be used for medical, corporate, or enterprise applications that require a large number of people to use it. The new model more than doubles the power of previous models and is intended for wireless use in enterprise or commercial applications, with new hardware and software customization services. However, the DPVR store only has a few standard applications.
Motion sensors and trackers are available
When used in educational settings, the headset allows for hand tracking, which makes interaction more natural and easier. Facial expressions can also be monitored and tracked for use in conjunction with software that assesses human behavior. ID verification can be used for registration and identity confirmation with 90 Hz binocular eye tracking to provide high levels of security. A built-in heart rate sensor can also help monitor a person’s physical or mental health while using a VR headset application. Brain activity and health data, such as blood pressure, can be embedded in the headset to assist healthcare workers in monitoring patient data. It means that each headset controlled by a central computer or tablet can provide real-time status updates.