There’s still no word on what the new product will be called, though there is speculation that the headset may be dubbed the Quest 2 Pro or Quest 3. For now, the anticipated device is known by the internal name “Project Cambria” and by industry analyst. Brad Lynch There are some images to share what the final design will reportedly look like.
Meta Cambria (Seacliff) to release later this year
Received confirmation from supply chain and tried source who tried the device that this is what the last PVT model looks like pic.twitter.com/FQnKDyyjDA
— Brad Lynch (@SadlyItsBradley) 13 April 2022
Despite what’s packed inside it, the headset appears more sophisticated than any Oculus model ever released. For example, the images show a complete lack of an uncomfortable strap running over the wearer’s head, and the visor itself is noticeably thinner than in the Quest 2. This may unfortunately indicate that the headset’s processing hardware will be located elsewhere.
Part of the space savings may come from the use of multi-element “pancake” lenses instead of the typical Fresnel type. The display has reportedly been upgraded to dual 2.48-inch, 2160×2160 Mini LED panels. The renders also show telltale signs of external-facing cameras, which are expected to allow for a higher-resolution passthrough than the raw version on the Quest 2. The headset should support not only head tracking but also eye-tracking. Can be used to identify expressions.
There’s no date yet for when this unnamed headset will arrive, but it is confirmed to be on track for a 2022 launch.
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