Zevenaar, The Netherlands, May 16th, 2019 – TPCAST, the leading wireless VR solutions provider, announces today the availability of TPCAST Air for Oculus Go, shipping to EMEA markets now.
TPCAST Air for Enterprise is TPCAST's second generation of wireless VR solutions which target enterprise VR applications across industries. TPCAST Air for Enterprise can support different 3-DOF or 6-DOF standalone VR headsets. TPCAST Air for Oculus Go starts shipping first providing PC VR contents transmitted via Wi-Fi to the HMD. It provides ultra-low latency wireless VR experience for 3-DOF VR applications like AEC (Architect, Engineering, Construction) industry, interior decoration design, education, gym spinning (bicycle VR game), and more.
TPCAST Air solution started shipping in February 2019 to the China market. VR developers’ feedback has been very positive. The SteamVR-based TPCAST Air solution combines the most powerful rendering PC VR with the lightweight, wireless and convenient standalone VR headset. The combined solution is superior to the bulky, tethered PC VR headsets to address the mobile VR market.
Dabanjia, a famous VR interior decoration BIM system, works perfectly on TPCAST Air for Oculus Go
“TPCAST air simplifies the set-up process significantly by eliminating the need for external sensors or similar tracking equipment. By combining best of both worlds - high quality rendered content from a PC with a great display on an easy-to-use headset -TPCAST has once more done a major step forward in increasing the acceptance of VR solutions for enterprises” Reiner Pes, General Manager – EMEA, summarizes.
TPCAST is the leader in wireless virtual reality solutions and the first to ship a commercial wireless adapter. The company vision is to free the VR world from cables and enable wireless operation of VR/AR/MR head-mounted displays (HMDs). The company’s patented technologies allow highly efficient bi-directional communication between the PC and the VR HMD at near-zero latency. TPCAST’s mission is to work with the VR Industry including HMD manufacturers, game developers, content providers, silicon manufacturers, and key VR technology providers, to deliver the best wireless VR experience to consumers and enterprises.