Acer announce a new Windows Mixed Reality headset: ConceptD OJO

Acer have announced a new Windows Mixed Reality headset the ConceptD OJO Windows Mixed Reality headset for Creators. This will be Acer’s 3rd Windows Mixed Reality headset and has an impressive 4320 x 2160 display for each eye  and a detachable head strap and adjustable IPD. Acer have posted pricing details yet, this looks like a serious rival to the new HP Windows Mixed Reality headset.

ConceptD OJO Windows Mixed Reality Headset for Creators

The ConceptD OJO Windows Mixed Reality Headset features a 4,320 x 2,160 display, detachable and swappable head strap design, easy inter-pupil distance adjustment, and a classic white finish. It has a patented built-in sound pipe technology, and software-assisted interpupillary distance (IPD) adjustment technology that lets the wearer modify the gap between the eye’s pupil and the display distance for sharper, clearer images and a more enjoyable experience.

The headset’s unique detachable design makes it easy to clean and share among multiple users (family and friends, or in a business environment). The head strap provides a snug yet comfortable fit to keep the headset firmly in place. The ConceptD OJO’s integrated audio system focuses sound on the ears, eliminating the need for headphones, and the patented IPD technology ensures the display is set at the optimal distance from the wearer’s eyes. It’s easy to set up with inside-out tracking and 6 degrees of freedom positional tracking.

About the author Ian Dixon:
Ian Dixon is a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional), founder of TheDigitalLifestyle.com tech site and producer of the weekly The Digital Lifestyle Show podcast. Ian has been writing and talking about Windows for over 10 years and has over 20 years in IT as an IT Manager. Ian has thousands of followers on Twitter and Facebook and over 4 million views on his YouTube channel.

2 thoughts on “Acer announce a new Windows Mixed Reality headset: ConceptD OJO”

  1. Bob Mitchell says:

    If you need someone to help test this, I’m available. 🙂

  2. Edward says:

    You can’t just say it has ‘IPD adjustment’, some of these newer headsets are going to have software adjustment only. For people in the ‘range’, that’s great – for those of us outside of it, the headset will be useless.

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