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  • Which PC VR glasses should I choose?

    Choosing the right PC VR headset is not always obvious. The functions may differ slightly from device to device. A connection to a computer system must also be established. It can be used specifically for VR applications. In many cases it is also possible to update an existing system with a VR headset. If it is not immediately clear which PC VR glasses are best suited for use, you should first contact us for individual advice.

  • What are the minimum PC requirements for a PC VR headset?

    The PC requirements to use VR differ per application, game and VR headset.

    A powerful VR headset like the Varjo XR-3 is probalby the most demanding and requires a high end pc build. To use that headset you need at least the following PC specs:

    CPU: Intel Core i7-9700k / AMD Ryzen 7 2700X or better
    GPU: NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2080Ti / RTX 3070 / RTX 4070Ti or Quadro RTX 6000
    Video output: 2x Displayport 1.4
    USB connectivity: 2x USB-A 3.0
    Storage: 2 GB
    RAM: 32GB
    Operating System: Windows 10

    The VIVE Pro 2 has the following PC requirements:

    CPU: Intel Core i5-4590 / AMD Ryzen 1500 or better
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 / AMD Radeon RX 480 or better ( GeForce RTX 20 Series or AMD Radeon 5000 generations or newer are required for Full resolution mode)
    Video output: 1x Displayport 1.2 (Displayport 1.4 required for Full resolution mode)
    USB connectivity: 21x USB-A 3.0
    Storage: 2 GB
    RAM: 8GB
    Operating System: Windows 10

  • What is PC VR?

    PC VR, or PC-based virtual reality, refers to virtual reality systems that require a connection to a computer to function. These systems typically consist of a VR headset, external sensors or cameras for tracking, and sometimes handheld controllers. The computer, which needs to be VR-capable, handles the processing and rendering of the virtual environment.


    The main advantage of PC VR is its high performance and graphical fidelity, as the computer can generally provide more processing power than standalone VR systems. This allows for more complex and visually stunning VR experiences, making PC VR a preferred choice for high-end gaming, professional simulations, and detailed virtual environments.


    However, this setup requires a VR-ready PC, which can be costly, and the tethered nature of the system can limit mobility and ease of use compared to standalone VR headsets. Despite these limitations, PC VR remains popular among enthusiasts and professionals who prioritize performance and detail in their virtual reality experiences.

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