HTC is likely to release a new stand-alone Vive headset. It is teasing the untethered VR headset for some time on their site. A trademark for HTC Vive Focus show up recently and now the firm registered another trademark for a VR headset that has a much stronger title.
HTC Vive Eclipse would be good name for the untethered Vive. The trademark for HTC Vive Eclipse appeared in the trademark database of the New Zealand trademark office.
The HTC Vive standalone supports WorldSense, which allows 6 degrees of freedom (6DoF) allowing natural movement. All you need is to duck, lean, and peak to enter a whole new world of reality.HTC might unveil the HTC Vive Focus at the CES 2018 in January.