At its US launch event in San Francisco, the Chinese tech company LeEco introduced us to its upcoming Explore VR headset.
It's part of a larger ecosystem of connected products announced at the show, which also includes the LePro 3 and Le S3 phones, the Super4 smart televisions, a concept "super bike," and a pair of autonomous vehicles.
A 1,000Hz high performance IMU sensor built into the headset promises to reduce latency issues that can cause fatigue, nausea and wooziness over long periods of gameplay.
Similar to the Samsung Gear VR, a proximity sensor inside the Explore VR will automatically pause and play content when you take it on and off your head.
Along with the proximity sensor, the Explore VR also has a gyroscope, an accelerometer and a magnetometer inside.
Memory foam pads the inside of the headset from front to back for extra comfort.
LeEco tells us the Explore VR will launch in the US on November 2, but didn't say when it'll be available to buy or how much it'll cost.
Stay tuned for more details.