For the ultimate virtual reality experience, HP has teamed up with Valve and Microsoft to create the Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset, which works with both Windows Mixed Reality and SteamVR. The 4320 x 2160 total resolution is achieved by using two 2.89″ LCD screens, each with a resolution of 2160 x 2160. It allows you to adjust the distance between your eyeballs (IPD) for a more comfy viewing experience. Full RGB subpixel stripe technology is also included in the displays. Six degrees of freedom are provided by the included motion controllers, which connect to your headset via Bluetooth. Compared to the previous Reverb, the controllers are smaller and more ergonomic.
Two front-facing cameras, two side-facing cameras, and internal sensors allow the G2 to track more of your arm movements, making it easier for you to use the G2. The headphones’ built-in speakers are Valve units. They are 10mm away from the ear, which makes them more comfortable to wear. Even weight distribution can be achieved if you increase the cushion size. You can now move around with more freedom thanks to the cable’s increased length (19.69′), decreased thickness, and increased weight.
SteamVR and the Microsoft Store both offer thousands of games and VR experiences to choose from.
You’ll see a noticeable improvement in clarification over the previous generation thanks to Valve-made lenses. You can also adjust the interpupillary distance (IPD) to accommodate different lens widths for a custom fit.
It’s now possible to track more of your arm movements thanks to the addition of four cameras and internal sensors. Virtual reality can be accessed without the need for additional hardware or software.
With a 2160 x 2160 LCD screen per eye and a full RGB stripe, you’ll get the entire immersive virtual experience.
Virtual reality content can be accessed quickly and easily thanks to compatibility with SteamVR and Windows Mixed Reality.
As a result of the G2’s new design, users have more room to maneuver with the cable.
Thanks to the smaller, more ergonomic design, the controllers are more natural and comfortable to hold. They also feature Bluetooth connectivity, which ensures the best possible tracking performance.
An excellent power experience will be yours with Valve speakers. They have a 10mm distance from the ear, allowing for a comfortable fit.
To ensure an even distribution of weight, you can affect the volume of the cushion. Flex material and magnetic detachment are included in the headset to allow for a more personalized fit.
Reverb G2 VR headset’s main selling point is its super high resolution. Its 2160p per eye resolution completely eliminates the screen-door effect that plagues many of its lower resolution competitors. The caveat is that you should have a PC able to run VR games at 4K without stuttering too much. Aside from being nauseating and annoying, playing a virtual reality game with frame jitter can be downright deadly.