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Product information Pico 4 Enterprise
The Pico 4 Enterprise is the next iteration of the successful Pico Neo 3 Pro VR Headset. The Pico 4 Enterprise is a standalone 6DOF VR-Headset with a 4K+ display. The pancake lenses are a first within Pico Headsets and provide a higher viewing quality than the Pico Neo 3 headsets, while allowing for a significantly slimmer and lighter form factor. It is ideally suited for interactive training, onboarding and simulations. Sideloading, a different App Store, face and eye tracking, Pico Business Suite & a PU face cover separate the Pico 4 Enterprise from the Pico 4.
The Pico 4 Enterprise has the following key advantages:
First, the Pico 4 Enterprise has a 4K+ display with a resolution of 4320 x 2160 pixels with a 90Hz refresh rate, making it one of the best displays in a standalone 6DOF VR. The 4K+ resolution provides a 35% better visual experience than that found on standard 4K resolution while the saturation rate has been improved to allow for a 30% improvement on display compared to its predecessor. Along with this, the Pico 4 Enterprise has a Field of View of 105 degrees, which is more than its predecessor the Pico Neo 3 Pro and the Meta Quest 2. The larger field of view with the improved display gives the Pico 4 Enterprise an outstanding immersive experience compared to other headsets.
Comfortable and lightweight
Second, the Pico 4 Enterprise has been built to be comfortable for extended periods of use. The Pico 4 uses innovative pancake lenses which has made the device ⅓ the width of conventional VR headsets like the Pico Neo 3 Pro and HTC Vive Focus 3. The device is therefore only 295 grams without the headband making it the lightest in its category & 100 grams lighter than the Pico Neo 3 Pro. Furthermore, the Pico 4 has excellent weight distribution, which reduces the strain on the front of your head, creating a more comfortable VR experience. The device is able to do this thanks to having the battery built into the back of the head strap, a hallmark of most Pico VR headsets.
Third, the Pico 4 Enterprise is capable of handling some of the most immersive experiences and applications available in its class. The Pico 4 Enterprise comes equipped with the Snapdragon XR2 Chip, the best VR headset chip on the market. For reference this is the same chip found in the Oculus Quest 2, HTC Vive Focus 3 and Pico Neo 3 Pro. This will allow for programmes that were developed for the Pico Neo 3 Pro to run similarly on the Pico 4 Enterprise and more predictably.
Open Android operating system
Fourth, the Pico 4 Enterprise runs on an open Android operating system. This makes it possible to change certain properties specifically for enterprise use. Examples of these changes are things such as deactivating buttons or limiting user permissions (kiosk mode). As well as sideloading and using MDM’s.
No trackers or extra sensors required
Fifth, the Pico 4 Enterprise works with inside-out tracking thanks to five built-in external cameras and three internal cameras, meaning that no external trackers or sensors are needed for room-scale VR, a huge advancement to the Pico Neo 3 Pros four external trackers with no internal tracking. This reduces the number of hurdles and costs in the device set-up and implementation.
Integrated face and eye tracking
Sixth, The Pico 4 Enterprise is equipped with integrated eye tracking and face tracking, an upgrade over the Pico 4. This ensures that the headset knows what your eyes are focused on during the VR experience. As well as your facial expressions. This offers a huge amount of possibilities for interacting in virtual reality. For example, by focusing your eyes on something, predefined actions can be initiated, or with face tracking, social VR avatars can now become even more realistic taking VR worlds to the next level. Furthermore, controllers are not even needed with the Pico 4 Enterprise due to its native hand-tracking capabilities, something not found on the Neo 3 Pro. This allows for even more natural VR applications to be used and developed.
Valuable data capture
Seventh, the data can be obtained through eye and face tracking about what the users have looked at and reacted to during the experience. This allows important insights to be obtained about, for example, the effectiveness of a particular VR experience like a retail setup or a job interview simulator.
Mixed reality capabilities
Eighth, the Pico 4 Enterprise has full-colour passthrough capabilities, thanks to the new fifth 16MP RGB camera found on the front panel of the headset. This supports the upgrade of the Neo 3 Pro’s mono passthrough with colour passthrough. It allows users in VR experiences to not have to take off the headset to interact with the outside world. Furthermore, this can be used to create mixed-reality applications, so that digital objects can be integrated into the real world. This can allow for better 3D visualizations to take place as well as design projects to scale.
Automatic IPD adjustment
Finally, the Pico 4 Enterprise uses its eye-tracking cameras to determine the individual interpupillary distance (IPD) of each wearer. Therefore, it is not necessary to manually adjust the IPD. With the automated IPD setting it is easy to achieve the best possible viewing experience with your VR headset.
Pros and cons
Comfortable and lightweight
Snapdragon XR2 chip
Android operating system
Native hand tracking
Eye & Face tracking
Mixed reality capabilities
Automated IPD Adjustment
Inside out tracking
256 GB storage
No headphone jack
No integrated display port
|Built-in display||Display:||2x LCD displays||CPU:||Qualcomm XR2|
|Controllers||Refresh Rate:||90 Hz||Memory:||8GB RAM / 256GB Internal Storage|
|Built-in audio||Platform:||Pico & Android OS||Weight:||295 grams without headstrap & 586 with headstrap|
|Standalone||Resolution:||4320 x 2160 (4K+)||Color:||Grey|
|Field of view:||105°||Warranty:||1 year|
|1x Pico 4 Enterprise||2x Pico 4 controllers||1x USB-C power adapter||1x USB-C to USB-C cable||1x Cleaning cloth, 2x Controller lanyards, 2x Glass Spacers||VR Expert Product Guide|
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Pico 4 Enterprise
Yes, you can connect your Pico 4 Enterprise with your PC through a WiFi adapter. Unlike the Pico Neo 3 Link the Pico 4 cannot connect to a PC with a cable.
This means a strong WiFi connection is required for a smooth gaming experience when connected to your computer.
Yes, Unlike the consumer Pico 4, the Pico 4 Enterprise has integrated Eye tracking to record your eye movements during a session.
Yes, the Pico 4 has built-in speakers and a microphone.
It takes approximately 3 hours to fully charge your headset.
The Pico 4 Enterprise warranty lasts for 2 years at VR Expert. This includes any factory defects, User neglect or damage (drops, sun damage, etc) are not covered.
The Pico 4 is 586 grams. This is lighter than the Pico 3 (620 grams). The main reason for this difference is the new Pancake display type which requires less space and weight.
The Pico 4 has an internal storage of either 128 or 256 GB to make sure you can store all your games and other media. It has 8GB of RAM.
Yes, if you have bought a Pico 3 Link before the launch of the Pico 4 from VR Expert you should have received an Email with a coupon code for 35% off! This coupon code works until 22-12-2022.
Yes, it is possible to sideload content on the Pico 4 Enterprise. This feature is not available on the consumer version of the Pico 4.
Yes, you can still use the Pico 4 Enterprise headset while wearing glasses. The maximum width of the glasses is 16cm.
The field of view (FoV) of the Pico 4 is 105 degrees. This is more than the Meta Quest 2 which has a 97 degree horizontal and 93 degree vertical FoV.
The Pico 4 has a resolution of 4K+. This translates to 2160 by 2160 pixels per eye, 1200 Pixels per inch.
The Pico 4 Enterprise has an LCD display and uses pancake lenses. The innovative pancake lenses allow for the thinner and lighter form factor. Furthermore, the display has a refresh rate of 72 or 90 Hz, depending on what is being played/shown.
The Pico 4 Enterprise uses inside-out tracking. This means there are no external base stations needed to determine the room around you. The headset uses 5 integrated cameras to achieve this.
The Pico 4 works in the following languages: English, Japanese, Mandarin, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Italian and French.
The Pico 4 CPU is a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 processor, which is also used in the Oculus Quest 2 and the Pico 3. This is still the latest and most powerful option in terms of VR processors.
The Pico 4 Enterprise will have access to the Pico store on the headset itself and can use the SteamVR store for when it’s streaming content from your computer.