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AMD Announces Sulon Q All-In-One VR Headset

AMD and Sulon Technologies announces Sulon Q, an all-in-one virtual and augmented reality headset. No fancy computer required!
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AMD, the infamous graphics processor company, and Sulon Technologies have teamed up to throw their hat into the virtual reality ring with Sulon Q. Sulon Q boasts being not only an all-in-one VR headset, but also has augmented reality and spatial computing technology. 

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So, what makes the Sulon Q stand out? Let’s take a look:

“Wear and Play” Design: Something that industry leader Oculus Rift is missing is mobility and accessibility. You don’t need a high-performance PC or additional accessories for this headset to function. Just put it on, and you’re good to go!

Combining VR and AR: Sulon Q aims to bridge the gap between virtual and augmented realities. The Sulon Q is built with Sulon’s Spatial Processing Unit, which allows for augmented/virtual reality exploration. 

Spatial Redirection: Sulon’s Spatial Processing Unit makes it so that your living room, office, or wherever you are becomes infinitely vast — without the fancy treadmill.

Console-quality Graphics: This is, after all, built in part by AMD. The Sulon Q uses the recently launched AMD-FX8800P processor, capable of creating high-quality 2560×1440 graphics on its OLED display.

Spatial Audio: The Sulon Q uses AstoundSound technology in its integrated earbuds to produce spatially aware, three-dimensional audio.

Could this be the VR/AR headset to end them all? What do you think?


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