Hu Houkun, Vice Chairman of Huawei: Huawei plans to release subversive VR terminals in the second half of the year

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 Hu Houkun, Vice Chairman of Huawei: Huawei plans to release subversive VR terminals in the second half of the year


Hu Houkun believes that, with the development of 5G network, VR and AR will be detonated this year.

But in fact, VR and AR have been fired for many years, and have not been detonated. Hu Houkun believes that there are three main obstacles: the first is that a large number of VR applications are completed with local high-performance computers, and the cost is not affordable to ordinary people; the second is that the head is very expensive, because many heads are integrated, expensive and valuable, and there is no way to finish a big movie; Thirdly, when the delay exceeded 20 milliseconds, the vertigo of VR was unbearable.

However, these technical barriers can be solved under 5G network, so 5G will be the driving force to detonate VR demand. The 5G network will reduce the latency, and now it can theoretically achieve 15 milliseconds. Fifteen milliseconds means that the vertigo of interactive applications can be completely eliminated. Hu Houkun mentioned. In addition, 5G networks are all online and have low latency, which means that future calculations can be processed in different places, so that the requirements for local computing are reduced, the cost can be reduced, and the head display of VR can be very light and thin. These are critical to the future user experience of VR. Finally, Hu Houkun also revealed that Huawei plans to launch a disruptive VR terminal in the second half of this year. We firmly believe that this direction is worth exploring. Hu Houkun thinks. (Cui Yuxian) Source of this article: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Qiao Junjing_NBJ11279

However, these technical barriers can be solved under 5G network, so 5G will be the driving force to detonate VR demand. The 5G network will reduce the latency, and now it can theoretically achieve 15 milliseconds. Fifteen milliseconds means that the vertigo of interactive applications can be completely eliminated. Hu Houkun mentioned.

In addition, 5G networks are all online and have low latency, which means that future calculations can be processed in different places, so that the requirements for local computing are reduced, the cost can be reduced, and the head display of VR can be very light and thin. These are critical to the future user experience of VR.

Finally, Hu Houkun also revealed that Huawei plans to launch a disruptive VR terminal in the second half of this year. We firmly believe that this direction is worth exploring. Hu Houkun thinks. (Cui Yuxian)