Google, Asus and Sony are making their first official VR headsets.
The new headsets are called Arctis and are powered by a new, custom-built processor.
The device, dubbed the “Nvidia Pascal” for its use in GPUs, is a pair of headsets that feature an HTC Vive-like headset and a custom Nvidia Pascal graphics card.
The headset has an HDMI port for video chat, and it’s equipped with a 4K display.
The Vive, a Valve-funded VR headset, was also announced today.
The HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets have a similar display, but they’re different versions of Valve’s Valve VR headset.
The Oculus Rift headset is more advanced in that it’s based on a new 3D-rendering technology called “hyperlanes,” which uses virtual worlds to make it easier to navigate.
The Nvidia Pascal headset is also the first of its kind to include a wireless connection, and this is the first time it’s being made available to developers.
This is the new kind of VR that Google and Microsoft are making available, and the first headsets that Google will sell.
The AR headsets are not compatible with the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, but it’s possible to use the devices with existing gaming devices.
They can also be used with other VR headsets that support HMDs like the HTC Vive.
Google’s new headsets will be compatible with a wide range of VR headsets from Oculus and Sony.
It’s unclear whether these new headsets can work with the HTC and Vive headsets, but this is what Google said in a blog post today.
Google will also be showing off the headsets during Google I/O, the annual developer conference, later this month.