Pico Interactive announces Pico 4. The VR glasses are expected to be available from 18 October and will have a suggested retail price of 430 euros. The Pico 4 is the successor to the Pico Neo 3 Link that appeared earlier this year.
Pico Interactive brings for the second time this year a new VR headset from. The Pico 4 gets a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 soc. The 2.56 “LCD screen of the glasses has a resolution of 2160×2160 pixels per eye. The refresh rate can be set to a maximum of 90Hz and the field of view is 105 °. This is the Pico 4 in terms of specs slightly above the Pico Neo 3 since the beginning of this year. The memory has also been increased with 8GB of ram compared to the predecessor.
VR glasses cost 430 euros with 128GB of storage. For the 256GB version it is necessary to deposit 500 euros. The headset can be used wirelessly and is equipped with a 5300mAh battery. Two controllers are provided with the VR glasses. Pico has its own operating system for its VR glasses: Pico OS. The Pico 4 will also work on this operating system.
The Pico 4 has cameras on the front of the glasses that detect the wearer’s movements. This way, there is no need to set up separate cameras or base stations to record the wearer’s movements. The surrounding environment can also be viewed via these cameras while wearing the VR glasses if needed. Furthermore, this allows augmented realityapplications are used.
Pico Interactive became. In 2021 purchased from ByteDance. The parent company is primarily known for the TikTok video platform, but wants to focus on more markets. With Pico headsets, the company wants to compete directly with Meta’s Quest VR goggles.