- About HTC Vive
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HTC Vive is a virtual reality headset developed by HTC and Valve Corporation, released on 5 April 2016. This headset is designed to utilize “room scale” technology to turn a room into 3D space via sensors, with the virtual world allowing the user to navigate naturally, with the ability to walk around and use motion tracked handheld controllers to vividly manipulate objects, interact with precision, communicate and experience immersive environments
I have ordered HTC VIVE in Australia, where it is not available yet locally. It seems like stock for VIVE is not enough for demands so had to wait for few weeks after the order was completed. Interesting thing about the item was it came from China not from US.
As I open the box, there was black box with smooth surface covered in plastic bag. On the side, there was a Styrofoam to hold the box and prevent the external force to damage the item. Box showing Steam VR Logo and HTC VIVE with image of actual VR.
This picture is showing how it looks inside as I open the box. On the left-top, there is Get Started manual. Below the manual there was VIVE controller placed in sponge. On the right there was HTC VIVE covered in plastic bag.
Image on top is a manual of how to use VR.
This image is close up view on list of parts on the manual. There are A-N items, which are label for each component. This label is has a tag below in text with different languages.
A. Base station x 2
B. Sync cable (optional)
C. Base station power adapter x 2
D. Mounting kit
E. Link Box
F. Link box mounting pad
G. Link box power adapter
H. HDMI cable
I. USB cable
K. Alternate face cushion (narrow)
L. Cleaning cloth
N. Headset with 3-in-1 cable and audio cable
O. Controller (with lanyard) x 2
P. Micro-USB charger x 2
Warranty document and cleaning cloth on left-top, VR-Desktop connector, alternate face cushion, Power cable for VR-Desktop connector, earbud, HDMI cable and USB male-male cable in clock wise.
Two VIVE controllers and two base station placed in sponge container.
Below the controller, there is a box containing two charger. Chargers seems same with most of the android chargers and when controllers are plugged in, they light up with RED or Green Colour depends on their battery level.
Image below shows the Power cable for base station and stand for holding the base station. Also there is a document for how to install base station.
I forgot to take off the plastic cover for base stand but every other parts were also came with plastic cover too.
HTC VIVE a.k.a. Steam VR has great box components and really looking forward to use this with new desktop we have ordered. I will post the installing guide and also few reviews after I use this awesome looking VR.