The HTC VIVE Flow VR glasses can improve productivity and help you relax
Today HTC unveiled its VIVE Flow VR glasses. This latest offering brings new ways to work and escape by providing exciting destinations and virtual scenes. Plenty of other features were also mentioned, from its carrying case to Vive Sync. Read on to learn more about this cool new product.
Today, HTC held its HTC VIVE Live Event 2021 and officially announced the new HTC VIVE Flow. The VIVE Flow focuses on mental health and well-being, including the ability to connect with others in new and exciting ways. It will also be easier to wear and transport, allowing you to use it more consistently and not just while at home.
The HTC VIVE Flow comes with a wide field of view of up to 100 degrees and 3.2K resolution. The display supports a fluid 75 Hz refresh rate. Let’s take a quick look at some of the features mentioned during today’s announcement.
Supports mental health and well-being
HTC says the new HTC VIVE Flow will help provide more efficacious ways to focus, relax, and escape. There will be games and other immersive activities to assist with meditation and relaxing. Virtual walks through nature and intriguing destinations, for example, offer opportunities to reset. According to HTC, the device can even help you sleep better by allowing you to wind down more easily.
Offers Vibe Sync virtual workspaces
Using a feature called Vibe Sync, you’ll be able to enter virtual lo-fi workspaces, which are distraction-free environments where you can work more productively or simply relax. This is a pretty cool feature for those who can’t find an effective place to focus or get a few minutes of alone time. Goodbye, noisy neighbors, I’m going to my private beach office for the day!
Delivers better focusing and portability
Weighing in at less than 1 lb, the VIVE Flow will also be more travel-friendly and come with a carrying case. This way, you can take it on the go with you. HTC wants you to be able to benefit from its health and relaxation capabilities no matter where you are. Also mentioned is the ability to adjust diopter lenses so that you can find a visual focus range that’s perfect for you.
Provides plenty of quality-of-life improvements
It looks like HTC seeks to make VR more accessible and user-friendly than before, bringing plenty of quality of life uses to the glasses. Features like the ability to use your phone as a VR controller and a more comfortable design may indeed go a long way for consumers.
We’re very interested to see how this device pans out. The ability to use VR to escape and relax is something many can appreciate. It will be a gadget particularly welcome after a busy, stressful workday.
The HTC VIVE Flow is available for preorder from the official website for $499.