Intel has announced that it is working on a new all-in-one virtual reality headset called Project Alloy. The headset was shown at the Intel Developer Forum.
The all-in-one virtual reality headset features sensors, a screen, a battery and RealSense camera's. The headset can be used without having to conect it to either a PC or smartphone and is said to run custom software for functionalities.
The headset's camera's are also able to track the user's hand movement and maps the position of every individual finger to be able to precisely interact with virtual objects.
Intel has not yet commented on which operating system the headset uses or what resolutions the built-in screen supports.
Earlier this month an Intel employee showcased a prototype of a RealSense extension for the HTC Vive. That prototype has not been officially confirmed yet.