Rockchip has recently introduced Rockchip RK3399 processor promoting it as the “best choice for VR all-in-one“, but as development is still in progress, some companies has decided to use Rockchip RK3288 instead in their Android based all-in-one virtual reality headsets. Eny Technology is one of them via their EVR02 head mount display that features a 1920×1080 display but default, but the company also said they can support 2K and 4K displays on request.
Eny EVR02 VR head mount display specifications:
- SoC – Rockchip RK3288 quad core Cortex A17 processor @ 1.8 GHz with ARM Mali-T764 GPU
- System Memory – 2GB DDR3
- Storage – 16GB flash (8GB optional) + micro SD slot
- Display – 5.5″, 1920×1080 resolution or optional 2K or 4K display
- 2x low dispersion/aspheric lenses usable by people with myopia up to 300 degrees
- Diameter – 42mm
- At least 90 degrees field of view (FOV)
- material – highly transparent resin
- Connectivity – 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 (or Bluetooth 2.1 as option)
- Video Input – HDMI in
- Audio Output – 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones
- USB – 1x micro USB 2.0 OTG port
- Camera – Optional 5MP camera for augmented reality applications
- Sensors – Gravity and acceleration sensors
- Power – 5V/2A via 2.5mm power barrel
- Battery – 4,000 mAh LiPo battery good for 3.5 hours; special battery for VR with temperature control using NTC 10K thermistor, resistance to high temperature (>70C).
- Dimensions – 241 x 239 x 149 mm
- Weight – N/A
The kit runs Android 5.1. By default it comes with a 1920×1080 display, but partners may request 2K or 4K display if needed, as well as camera support for augmented reality but software support would have to be implemented by OEM/ ODM partners. 4K resolution will likely struggle for 3D graphics VR applications, but should be fine for 360 deg. video playback.
The company informed me that sample price would be $120 plus shipping, and if you are interested or just want to find more information, you can visit on the product page. I also found two other virtual reality kits with Rockchip RK3288. First HA544-P, an update of RK3188 based HA544, with a 2560×1440 display, HD camera, and 9-axis motion sensor selling for $229.99 shipped, and Magicsee M1 with a Full HD display, HDMI input, and a Bluetooth controller currently going for $196.99 on Amazon US.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.