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HTC VIVE FLow正式发布 3888元开启VR新时代******作为一款次时代的VR头显设备，HTC VIVE Flow无疑将会改变目前VR领域的格局，也将引领未来的VR头显设备向着更加轻巧化、便携化的方向前进。
10月14日晚，HTC VIVE召开新品发布会，正式发布了全新一代的VR头显设备--HTC VIVE Flow，售价3888元，将于11月1日正式发货。
HTC VIVE Flow最大的特点就是非常小巧，仅189g的重量，大小和正常手机相当，可以放在杯状的包装中随身携带。在如此小的体积内，HTC VIVE Flow内置了高通旗舰XR芯片以及一套完整的散热系统，可以通过两枚镜片之间的主动散热结构将元件产生的热量排出，保证持久的清爽佩戴。
HTC VIVE Flow内置的两枚镜片拥有100°的超宽视角，同时3.2K分辨率和75Hz的刷新率也为日常使用提供了足够的清晰度和流畅性，最大限度避免了眩晕的产生。镜腿部分内置的扬声器则是可以提供ASMR级别的声音效果，实现视觉和听觉的双重享受。
体验方面，在如此轻巧的设计理念下，传统VR头显设备的手柄就显得有些多余。所以HTC VIVE Flow以手机作为手柄，通过蓝牙进行连接，实现屏幕触摸的方式进行点按、滑动操控。同时HTC VIVE Flow还可以与手机进行跨屏连接，将手机端的内容投射至头显画面之中。资源方面，HTC VIVE Flow同样支持VIVE Port强大的VR资源库，用户可以选择单独体验或购买VIVE Port订阅服务。
作为一款次时代的VR头显设备，HTC VIVE Flow无疑将会改变目前VR领域的格局，也将引领未来的VR头显设备向着更加轻巧化、便携化的方向前进，让VR成为与手机相似的随身智能设备。
WADA report confirms UKAD allows British Cycling to test own riders in 2011******
LONDON, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- United Kingdom Anti-Doping (UKAD) has allowed British Cycling to analyze samples from athletes in private, using a non-WADA accredited laboratory, a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) report confirmed on Tuesday.
After allegations from media regarding the issue in 2011, WADA launched an investigation in March 2021. The investigation then confirmed that in February 2011, as part of a study into the potential contamination of supplements, British Cycling collected samples from elite riders and screened these samples for the androgen and anabolic steroid, nandrolone.
"Contrary to the rules laid down by the World Anti-Doping Code and the relevant International Standard, the samples were collected by British Cycling staff rather than doping control officers, analyzed by a non-WADA-accredited laboratory, and provided by the athletes on the basis that UKAD would never know the results," said the report.
The investigation also found out at least one UKAD employee was aware of the study and that the samples could be collected and analyzed at a non-WADA-accredited laboratory.
"To this day, UKAD has no record of ever receiving the analysis results and emails that would have showed UKAD's real-time knowledge of key events," revealed the report.
Following the publication of the report, a UKAD spokesperson said "the report makes no recommendations for UKAD to follow, and notes that all samples related to their investigation were negative".
"WADA's report focuses on matters from 2011 and on the involvement of one individual, who is no longer employed by UKAD. We acknowledge that these matters would not take place today," added the spokesperson.
British Cycling also released a statement regarding the WADA's report by saying that the member of British Cycling staff who coordinated the 2011 study with UK Anti-Doping had left the organisation several years ago.
"WADA's finding that this was supported by UKAD is in line with our own understanding of events and attaches no fault to British Cycling or to the riders involved in the study. British Cycling only conducted the testing having sought and received the express approval of UKAD's Director of Legal," it read. Endtiem
No perfect solution to protection from COVID******
Top US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said there is no perfect solution to the need of protecting US citizens from COVID-19 infection amid growing fatigue with the pandemic.
In a report carried recently by Singapore's Chinese-language newspaper Lianhe Zaobao, Fauci said that US states are facing tough choices in their efforts to balance the need to protect their citizens from contagion and the growing fatigue with the pandemic that has entered its third year.
"There is no perfect solution to this," said Fauci, a member of the White House COVID-19 Response Team, in an interview with Reuters.
The remarks were made against the backdrop that US health officials said they were preparing new COVID-19 guidance on many aspects of the virus response as the Omicron case surge declined.