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HTC Vive Focus 3 gets more accurate hand tracking in new update

HTC has rolled out a firmware update for the latest standalone Vive Focus that greatly improves its hand-tracking capabilities. The corporation says firmware version 3.0.999.284 greatly improve the feature’s rendition, stability and accuracy. HTC’s Vive Focus 3 launched with mitt moving back in July, allowing users to use their hands as controllers. With this software engine upgrade, HTC says the headset will be able to track fast hand advances more easily and recognize pinch-to-zoom gesticulates more precisely.

Since the company opened the feature to developers, these improvements would change to better hand tracking within works. Makes can integrate the headset’s six current predefined paw gestures into their VR apps, and HTC previously said that additional gesticulates will be added in the future.

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“Being able to navigate virtual environments naturally and instinctively will go a long way towards offsetting VR more accessible to everyone , no matter their familiarity with engineering. As we step into the metaverse era, we couldn’t be more excited to draw these quality-of-life improvements to all VIVE Focus 3 customers around the world.”

When the manufacturer launched the Vive Focus 3 back in July, we ascertained it to be the best standalone VR headset yet. It’s not a direct contestant to the Quest 2, nonetheless, seeing as it payments $1,300. Unlike the Oculus( now Meta) headset, it targets business users and not ordinary purchasers who want to enjoy VR know-hows in their own home.

Read more: engadget.com

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