Intel announced its mixed reality solution, Project Alloy, at IDF 2016. Coming as something that combines virtual reality with augmented reality, the headset has today been presented at CES 2017.
According to Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich, the Project Alloy will start shipping in the fourth quarter of this year, which would be really quick for a project that was only made public in August 2016. Free from any computing systems or sensors, the Alloy is said to feature an Intel 7th-generation Core processor, and an on-device battery.
Intel didn’t share any details on pricing, but claimed that they would like to work with anyone who’re interested in Project Alloy.