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macOS Mojave will support Vive Pro this fall

macOS Mojave will support Vive Pro this fall

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Apple bringing plug and play support for high-end VR headsets like the Vive Pro with macOS Mojave when it arrives this fall. Road to VR first spotted this subtle Apple announcement after watching one of the WWDC talks, and now we're sharing it with you: The Vive Pro, HTC's latest high-end VR head-mounted display, will have direct plug-and-play support on macOS Mojave when it comes out this fall. And not only that — if you're running the Mojave developer or public beta, expect to see this support in a future update. Apple has been working closely with both Valve and HTC to make this happen, and it's a pretty exciting development for pro VR users looking to use their Macs and VR headsets together. Why the HTC Vive Pro? HTC's Vive Pro is a not-quite-second-generation VR headset: It offers better resolution (at 615 PPI) and two front-facing cameras (possibly for future AR implementations). Vive Pro also allows for use on both HTC's older basestation technology and the newer seco...

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