The new Meta Quest 3 headset is designed for mixed reality

Mark Zuckerberg announced that the long-anticipated Meta Quest 3 virtual reality headset will offer mixed reality and full-color passthrough. With this unique feature, users can see the physical space around them in full color while the headset can add augmented reality components to the space. Meta is redesigning the controllers by removing outer tracking rings and adding TruTouch haptic feedback. The new headset is 40% thinner than the previous model and will have twice the graphical processing power of the former Quest 2. The device will eventually be available this fall, with a starting price of $500, and more details will be revealed at its launch on September 27th.

For those who own a Quest headset, there is good news: the upcoming software update will improve the performance of both the Quest 2 and Quest Pro. The CPU of each headset’s performance will see up to a 26% increase, with a GPU boost of up to 19% on the Quest 2 and 11% on the Quest Pro. Both headsets will also have Dynamic Resolution Scaling support to help stabilize frame rates.

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NVIDIA has introduced its new AI model, Neuralangelo, that can create 3D models of objects from 2D videos, including sculptures, vehicles, and buildings. Neuralangelo works by creating a rough 3D reproduction of the object before optimizing it to copy the actual object’s characteristics. Even drones footage can be used to create vast panoramas.

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