Choosing the right VR equipment
Now we could start throwing random technical terms at you like FOV, resolution, refresh rate, IPD, etc but we doubt you really care. If you’re on this page, you want to know what headset is best for you. So we have created a list of headsets we recommend and who they are for. With that said everyone’s situation is unique so please use the contact us form below to send us questions and explain your situation. That way we can give you the most accurate headset and accessories recommendation for your needs.
4 things to consider with VR equipment
So you’re buying a headset for fun and don’t want to break the bank? Then look no further than the Oculus Quest 2. This headset is completely mobile, affordable and has a large library of games!
So, you’re a professor/instructor and want to buy a headset for your students to train through custom-built simulations or meet using digital avatars? The Pico Neo 3/HTC Vive Focus 3 are the headsets to look into. These headsets are as good or better than the Oculus Quest 2 but with no need for a Facebook login and much more control over a group of headsets.
Complex VR eLearning:
Are you training the next astronauts, military personal or skills equally complex? Then you need a headset that can support those types of scenarios and provide them with human eye level quality visuals. For this situation, the Varjo VR-3 or XR-3 is the headset for you.
You’re a researcher on a budget but want to do some complex research studies in your lab. Then the HTC Vive Pro 2 is exactly what you need. Want to step it up a notch and collect some extra data? Look into the HP Reverb G2 Omnicept edition to collect biometric data without any extra accessories.
Finding the Right VR Headset
Looking for a VR headset can be tough. There are so many options and things to consider.
Don’t worry, the team at XpertVR has written an article about our favourite headsets and why. Have a look.