Le prochain casque Project Cambria VR de Meta comprendrait deux 2.48″ mini écrans LED avec une résolution de 2160 par 2160 pixels. La quête 3 peut également comporter des écrans micro OLED.
That writing VR analyst Brad Lynch and market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo independently. The Project Cambria headset was announced by Meta in November and matches previously unannounced animations of the Oculus Quest Pro, which have not yet been announced.
It was previously known that the Project Cambria would be equipped with cameras that capture the environment in color so that wearers can see the world around them, so that the headset can also be used for AR display. The headset can also track eye movements and facial expressions of the wearer and body movements can be realistically represented in the virtual environment, said Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Lynch and Ming-Chi now write that the glasses will be equipped with two 2.48 inch mini LED screens with a resolution of 2160 par 2160 pixels. The headset uses two 2P pancake lenses from Yujingguang and Sunny Optical, according to Ming-Chi. Technology website Nweon emphasizes that while Ming-Chi is talking about the Quest 3 with these specs, he actually means Project Cambria, which matches Lynch’s rumor. The screens are supplied by manufacturers Sharp and JDI, Lynch writes.
There is some uncertainty about when the headset should be released. The headset should be announced in the second quarter of 2022, according to Lynch, which would indicate an announcement before the end of June. Ming-Chi ‘predicts’ that the headset will be announced in mid-2022. According to Lynch, about three million headsets should be sold in the first year, Ming-Chi is talking about 1 à 2 million units.
According to Lynch, unlike Project Cambria, the Quest 3 must be equipped with micro-OLED screens, which are made by Changxin Technology. There is no release date for the Quest 3 yet, but according to Lynch it would not be announced until 2023, and it must be equipped with a soc developed by Meta.