As compared to the previous generation of products, Pico's new controllers exhibit major changes in design.
On July 26, Pico, a subsidiary of ByteDance, was granted a patent named "Eye Tracking Method and System Based on Virtual Reality", and its application date was March 30, 2021.
Some of ByteDance's new apps have recently been removed from online stores, including smart reading product “Shiqu,” recommendation platform “Kesong,” and real-time interactive community "Party Island."
ByteDance has activated at least four chip projects, including AI chips, server chips, FPGA NIC (intelligent network card in Field Programmable Gate Array or FPGA) and RISC-V.
Nandir, the former design director of Xiaomi, has become the social design leader for ByteDance-owned VR firm Pico.
ByteDance's CEO Liang Rubo recently updated his personal OKR, which shows that ByteDance is updating its recruitment plan according to business needs and will greatly reduce the numbes it needs throughout 2022-23.
Yang Zhenyuan, Vice President at ByteDance, said that the company has no general-purpose chip plan and is not involved in businesses such as the manufacturing of CPUs and GPUs.
People from ByteDance said that the short video sharing app TikTok is adjusting its global business.
ByteDance's short video sharing platform Douyin announced on July 18 that due to changing business developments, "Circle," a same-city social networking function, will be closed on July 29.
ByteDance's server product "Elastic Bare Metal (EBM)," developed by the firm's Volcengine and based on a self-developed DPU board, has been officially opened to use for external businesses.
ByteDance, the owner of global hit short video app TikTok, is now looking to hire a large quantity of chip-related engineers.
ByteDance's first online real-time interactive community app named "Party Island" was recently launched.
Louis Yang, the first head of ByteDance Education Hardware Business, left the job last week.
An affiliated company of ByteDance was granted an appearance patent for a "VR (Virtual Reality) Experience Machine (Mecha Version)".
Liang Rubo, CEO of Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance, issued an internal letter on Wednesday night regarding "ByteStyle."