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What the best VR glasses are, of course, largely depends on your gaming set-up. Do you have a powerful VR PC? Then it is smart to opt for a VR PC headset. But if you don't have a computer at all, you might be better off opting for standalone VR glasses, such as the Oculus Quest. Space also determines the choice of the best VR glasses. A headset that uses external sensors, such as the Valve Index, generally needs a bit more free space than VR glasses with built-in sensors (inside-out tracking). On this page we highlight all VR glasses that will be on the market in 2020 and we list the pros and cons of each headset.
The HTC Vive Pro is still seen in 2020 as the golden standard that virtual reality is capable of. The high image resolution of 2880 x 1600 pixels in combination with the bright color display of the dual-OLED screen ensure a beautiful and smooth display of virtual reality images. With the use of SteamVR base stations you can accurately track a space of up to 10m x 10m.
The HTC Vive Pro Eye is an upgrade of the HTC Vive Pro that is primarily intended for business VR users. The Vive Pro Eye uses new eye-tracking technology, which tracks the direction of your eyes in the VR glasses. This has the advantage that the headset can display the part you are looking at extra sharply, while the image that you are not looking at can remain somewhat blurred. This ensures a sharper and better representation of the image, which you will especially notice when you specifically look at details in a VR environment.
The HP Reverb G2 is the result of a collaboration between HP and Steam. These two parties combine the best of both in this new headset. With a crystal clear display of no less than 2160 x 2160 pixels per eye (as is the case with the original HP Reverb), updated touch controllers and an improved design, the HP Reverb G2 is the top of the line. field of VR hardware.
Thanks to the close collaboration between HP and Valve, the HP Reverb G2 allows you to switch seamlessly between Windows Mixed Reality and SteamVR applications. This is a dream come true for VR developers and avid gamers alike. Also, the HP Reverb G2 has been upgraded with regard to the inside-out tracking. With the 4 built-in cameras, you can enjoy reliable tracking without the hassle of setting up external sensors.
The HTC Vive Cosmos offers a high image resolution of 2880 x 1700 pixels. The built-in LCD screen ensures that the distance between individual pixels is reduced. This makes the 'screen-door effect' as small as possible, which makes for a very pleasant viewing experience. The Vive Cosmos uses inside-out tracking. This means that the cameras are already built into the VR glasses. These cameras ensure that the headset knows exactly where the glasses and controllers are located in the room.
The Vive Cosmos Elite offers the same hardware specifications as the Vive Cosmos, but uses external sensors. This gives the Vive Cosmos Elite a more accurate way of tracking and offers the possibility to use the headset wirelessly use. The Vive Cosmos Elite comes as a complete package with SteamVR base stations and HTC Vive controllers.
The PSVR is already an older VR headset, but offers a very nice addition to the PlayStation 4. The resolution of 1920x1080 pixels looks good and VR games play nicely and smoothly before your eyes. A big advantage of the PSVR is that there are a number of exclusive VR games to play, such as Resident Evil 7 VR and Farpoint. Well-known Steam games such as Beat Saber and Superhot VR can also be played well on the PlayStation VR. The headset is therefore highly recommended if you already have a PlayStation 4.
Pimax VR will bring a number of new models of VR glasses on the market in 2020 that could be of interest to every VR enthusiast. The VR glasses from Pimax are distinguished from other VR glasses by the very high image resolution and spectacularly wide viewing angle (FoV). From the entry-level model (Pimax Artisan) to the high-end model (Pimax Vision 8K X), the viewing angle ranges from 140º to 200º. This is significantly higher than comparable VR glasses on the market. This enormous viewing angle is particularly useful when playing simulation games, such as Assetto Corsa or X-Plane 11.
Oculus Rift S offers a high-end VR experience for a relatively low purchase price. This makes the Oculus Rift S very good VR glasses for novice VR enthusiasts. The Rift S sits comfortably on the head and offers good accessibility for users. You put on the headset and can immediately start playing, without having to set up a complicated set-up with sensors. The image resolution of 1280 x 1440 pixels per eye is good, but not special. The Rift S is characterized by its high ease of use for mostly new players.
The Valve Index has a high image quality of 1440 x 1600 pixels per eye, good built-in headphones and a very comfortable fit. But what really sets the Valve Index apart from the competition are the new Index knuckle controllers. These controllers offer the possibility to follow each finger individually. This provides very nice effects in certain games, such as physically grabbing an object. The Valve Index uses external SteamVR base stations. With these base stations you can accurately track a room of up to 10m x 10m. All hardware of Valve can be used with the hardware of the HTC Vive Pro, so it is quite possible to exchange certain hardware with each other.
The HP Reverb offers the highest image resolution of any PC VR glasses in this list. With a resolution of no less than 2160 x 2160 pixels per eye, the screen-through effect is kept to an absolute minimum. HP Reverb uses inside-out tracking and is therefore very easy to use to use. The headset only needs to be connected to a computer with two cables, and comes with an extra short cable for direct connection. connect to a VR Backpack PC . Due to the very high image resolution, the HP Reverb is recommended for playing simulation games and for use in business environments.
The Oculus Quest has a built-in Snapdragon 835 processor. Thanks to this powerful processor, VR games can be played completely wirelessly and without the aid of a computer. The built-in inside-out tracking ensures that you can put on the VR glasses at any place and start playing immediately. The headset and controllers have 6 movement angles (DoF), so you can walk around, turn and jump without any problems in a VR game.
The HTC Vive Focus Plus is a standalone headset intended for the enterprise VR market. The headset has the powerful Snapdragon 835 processor and has an image resolution of 1440 x 1600 pixels. Thanks to the 6 DoF controllers, the headset can be used well for playing VR games, but the headset is also very suitable for walking around in self-created VR applications. The Vive Focus Plus comes standard with Vive Wave software. With this software, HTC offers the possibility to get started with VR software development in a simple way.
The Vive Focus Plus comes standard with the Vive Advantage Service . This is a license that allows the headset to be used in a commercial environment, and with which HTC offers a more extensive warranty for business use.
Oculus Go offers the perfect entry-level option for anyone looking for a first-time VR experience. The Oculus Go features a Snapdragon 821 processor, which is less powerful than its competition. But what makes the Oculus Go really nice is its very small size and light weight. This makes the Oculus Go perfect for watching VR videos or giving a short VR demonstration. For this reason, the Oculus Go is widely used in business environments where VR games are not played, but where users want to watch an image or video in virtual reality.