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It’s about time! The new Oculus Quest 2 is Facebook’s next-gen standalone VR headset. Pricewise, the Quest 2 is much more palatable at just £299. It utilises a single striped, LCD RGB display, offering a whopping resolution of 1832 x 1920p per eye. It outperforms the original Quest by utilising Qualcomm’s new XR2 processor. The controller’s battery housing has been improved, it’s lighter and has a greater array of accessories, from faceplates and carry cases, to Elite Head Straps. Check-out the new Oculus Quest 2… right here.
The new Reverb G2. With HP's Valve-made Fresnel lenses working in tandem with high-resolution LCD panels, expect near-perfect real world visuals, with a high-contrast, crisp colours and razor sharp text. The headset boasts a resolution of 2160 x 2160px per eye, providing a combined resolution of 4,320 x 2160px.
The Quest and Quest 2 link cable from VOKOO - a cheap alternative to the expensive Oculus Link cable. This headset add-on is the perfect alternative, allowing full access to Rift games and experiences from a gaming PC on Oculus Quest or Quest 2. The VOKOO Quest link cable is fully compatible with both versions of the Quest, allowing you to play all those AAA PC VR games like Asgard’s Wrath, Stormland and Half Life Alyx on the Quest virtual reality headsets.
In recent times, VR simulation games have ventured into all sorts of real-world environments. Why should the jobs sector be any different? We’ve seen Graveyard manager simulations and forklift truck simulations in VR, to name just two. Job Simulator has the aim of joining up job simulations with crazy antics for you to have fun in an original way as you go.
Moss is a fantastic action, exploration-adventure game, which combines a variety of cleverly integrated puzzles to excite and engage you throughout. It’s the type of game that, once you start playing, you’ll find it hard to stop, even after you have completed it.
It has been almost 3 years since Sony (finally) launched the PlayStation VR and a lot has changed since then. The hype was pretty extreme and there were not that many actually playable games available for the PSVR when it came out. Things have changed, however, and the PSVR has gone from strength to strength, selling over 40 million units over the past 3 years making it the most popular, current generation console.
If you love your Quest, you may want to protect it with a protective silicone cover from Eyglo. VR headsets aren't as robust as you’d think, yes, you may have dropped it a few times and it still works, so why bother I hear you say. Well, it’s only a matter of time before the last drop is enough and your headset stops working altogether! However, there is a simple affordable solution.
Hygiene is more important than ever now, especially with the recent outbreak of the coronavirus. If you’re going to share a headset with someone it’s a good idea to protect yourself and others from picking up germs from the sweat secreted by others. The cheapest and probably most sensible way to do this is by using disposable face covers.
If you have the space and like to keep everything neat, tidy and in the right place, a VR headstand is a good idea. The AMVR VR headset stand is an excellent choice and compatible with the Oculus Quest, Quest 2 and the Rift S virtual reality headsets.