Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Specifications

Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality detailed specifications*.

The Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality has a dual 3.5-inch screen size with resolution 2880 × 1600 px which is split into two displays with resolutions 1600 × 1440 px per each eye. The Aspect ratio and pixel density are unknown. Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality screen based on AMOLED technology and able to reproduce media content with refresh rate 60 – 90 Hz and field of view are 110°.

The Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality was introduced on October 3, 2017.

Below a list of detailed specifications of Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality Headset:

TypeAMOLED
Diagonal Size (inches)3.5 inches per eye
Size (mm/in) n/a
Aspect ration/a
Pixels Per Inch (PPI)615
Resolution2 Displays

1600 × 1440 px per eye

2880 × 1600 pixels combined

Refresh Rate60 – 90 Hz
Field of view110°
Degrees of Freedom (DoF)6
Lens (Type/D)Single Fresnel Optics

n/a

Interpupillary distance (IPD)60 – 72 mm
OS/SoftwareWindows Mixed Reality

Windows Store, SteamVR

Self-containedNo
ControllerYes
SensorsAccelerometer, Gyrometer,

Compass, Proximity Sensor,

IPD Sensor, Front-facing camera

Built-in audioAKG Headphone
Built-in micArray MICs
ConnectionsHDMI 2.0, USB 3.0
Dimensions of VR (mm)202 × 131.5 × 111
Weight (g)645
CountrySouth Korean
Recommended price$499.99

(Including Controllers)

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Controller specs

Sensors: Accelerometer (6 Axis ), Gyrometer (6 Axis ), Compass (3 Axis)
Input: Touchpad (Clickable), Menu button, Windows/Controller power button,
Trigger, Thumbstick, Indicator light
Use per charge: n/a  Connections: n/a   Battery: AA Battery x 2ea
Dimensions: 119.1mm x 154.2mm x 119.1mm   Weight: 160 g

 

 


Recommended Minimum Computer Specs*

Graphics: Integrated Intel HD Graphics 620 or greater DX12 capable integrated GPU
Processor: Intel Core І5 (7th generation) CPU, 2 or more physical cores with
Intel Hyper-Threading Technology enabled
Memory: 8GB DDR3 or greater + dual channel memory for integrated graphics
OS: Windows 10

*In this specification is not included the Samsung Notebook Odyssey (GTX1060).

 

 

in box

What in the box:

MR Headset
Motion Controllers

 

 

 

 

Photos & Media of Samsung Odyssey Windows Mixed Reality

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We’re excited to welcome the Samsung HMD Odyssey to the Windows Mixed Reality family of devices. This is an incredible product and another important step for the mixed reality journey we are on at Microsoft. With the Samsung HMD Odyssey, the team at Samsung has developed a Windows Mixed Reality headset that will delight our fans looking to immerse themselves in the world of mixed reality this holiday.

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According to materials – Samsung.com

*Note. SizeScreens.com can not guarantee that all screen tech specs of this device are 100% correct.
All information is provided for reference only.

  • The Real Stig

    The ppi of this device works out at 615 ppi. I use my S6 Edge with my Gear VR and the ppi is 577. 615 ppi is not a significant enough improvement in resolution to overcome the screen door effect. Not even close to being worth the very considerable price tag. 1080P per eye at 90fps is the minimum spec required for me to pay for a stand alone VR headset.

    Very poor effort Samsung.

    • dave

      Compare it to say, the HTC Vive, which is very popular and considered one of the top (if not the top) consumer VR device available right now. This device has better resolution than the Vive, is cheaper than the Vive, and doesn’t require base stations for tracking. I think this qualifies for more than a “very poor effort”. 🙂

      • The Real Stig

        As an active VR user, I appreciate your points, but this is not a good enough improvement to VR that it will aid in it’s adoption by overcoming current limitations. What is needed is at least 1080P per eye at 60+ fps.

        Samsung are known to have 1200 ppi panels – exactly what is needed, that is why I say this is a poor effort. They could have done so much better as they already have the panels available.

        Or to put it another way, this new device only offers a piddling 6% resolution improvement over what I am using currently, so where is the incentive for me to pay the price of a very good phone for just a headset? If they had offered this with 1200 ppi panels, I would have bought one. Do you know there is a Chinese (Pimax) headset due to launch in the new year that has 4K per eye at 90fps? With competition like that, Samsung need to do better.

        “The report claims that Samsung demonstrated a high-resolution AMOLED
        panel for VR applications. The AMOLED on display featured a 1,200 PPI –
        much higher than Samsung’s current highest density displays which are 577 PPI. Samsung’s aim is to reach 1,500 PPI which will greatly enhance the VR experience.”

 

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