Win Valve Index VR Gaming Headset and 5 Games Bundle #Giveaways (WW)

Valve Index VR Gaming Headset

Valve Index VR Gaming Headset



  • Date Started: May 26, 2020
  • Ending Date: October 12, 2020
  • Availability: 18 years old or older, open Worldwide
  • Prize(s):
    • Valve Index VR Gaming Headset
    • 5 Games
      • Half-Life Alyx
      • Beat Saber
      • Superhot VR
      • The Room VR: A Dark Matter
      • Job Simulator


Valve Index VR Headset

Valve Index VR
is a Full VR Kit Combo includes Headset, Controllers, and two Base Stations. This is the full and complete Valve Index hardware experience.

Fidelity first
Pushed visual, audio, and ergonomic technologies to create the best-in-class VR experience.

Optimized pixel layout
The headset's dual 1440x1600 RGB LCDs provide 50% more subpixels than OLED, resulting in greater sharpness for the same rendering cost. In addition, the fill-factor is three times better than OLED, greatly reducing screen door effect.

Higher frame rates
The Valve Index Headset runs at 120Hz with full back-compatibility to 90Hz, as well as an experimental 144Hz mode. Higher framerates improve realism and optical comfort, allowing longer and more comfortable play sessions.

Extremely low persistence
Valve Index displays have a reduced illumination period of 0.330ms to 0.530ms (framerate dependent), allowing imagery to remain just as sharp when your head is in motion as when you're standing still. This is a 5x improvement over first-generation PC VR HMDs.

Optimized for FOV
The best way to improve field of view is to position the optics as close as possible to the eyes. Physically adjustable IPD (distance between eyes) and eye relief (distance from lens to eye) lets you optimize the field of view for your face. With these features, as well as the dual-element lens and canted optics, this headset provides 20 more FOV than the HTC Vive for typical users.

Dual-element lens
The custom lenses built into the Valve Index Headset maximize field of view without sacrificing edge-to-edge clarity. High geometric stability allows you to look around the scene by moving your eyes (not just your head) with minimal shape distortion. To learn more visit the source website:





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