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DisplayLink Showcases Vive Pro With Wireless VR Adaptor

DisplayLink®, the leading provider of wireless VR graphics technology, today is showcasing its latest multi-user capable DisplayLink XR wireless VR solution delivering 78% more pixels on the HTC Vive Pro and Vive Wireless VR Adaptor at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) through March 29th.

Following the strong reception at GDC last week, DisplayLink is demonstrating the most demanding VR gaming titles running on NVIDIA GPUs, with the highest resolution Vive Pro over a single 60GHz WiGig channel.

“VR is moving at a staggering pace pushing the industry to ever higher levels of graphics processing, ultra-low latency, and super high resolution. DisplayLink’s solutions scale to remain at the forefront of these developments providing the freedom of wireless VR for the most demanding single-user and multi-user gaming, and commercial applications,” said John Cummins, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing at DisplayLink. “DisplayLink is helping push the VR industry forward and we are honored to work with NVIDIA GPU technology for single-user and multi-user VR (MUVR) platforms. Whether it’s supporting the latest studio titles or wireless multi-user MUVR systems for the enterprise of tomorrow, DisplayLink continues to work with industry leaders to deliver the very best VR experience that users demand.”

DisplayLink’s latest DL-8020 chipset sits at the heart of the new Vive Wireless VR Adaptor. Announced at CES 2018 and showcased for the first time publicly in DisplayLink’s booth at GDC, multiple users enjoyed Vive Pro’s 78% extra pixels with complete wireless freedom for a totally immersive VR experience.

Come and visit DisplayLink at the GTC through March 29th at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center in the heart of Silicon Valley.

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Author: VR Reporter

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