The cooperation between HP and Valve is particularly evident in the design of the HP Reverb G2: The VR glasses offer a similar head mount, an almost identical face pad, and the head speakers, the Index, which hang elegantly in front of the ear instead of pressing against it. This makes the VR glasses much more comfortable than their predecessor model, but makes compromises in some areas that the simulation target group will like, but prevent the VR headset from being thrown off the throne for me as the most comfortable VR glasses. This HP’s VR glasses promise to combine the sharp image of the previous model with the comfort and sound of the Valve Index. The high resolution of this Virtual Reality device is the best feature of the VR glasses. It is 2,160 by 2,160 pixels per eye and refresh rate is 90 Hz. Better lenses developed jointly with Valve, software improvements from Microsoft, and new display technology result in a crisp, sharp image that is almost free of flashes of light (god rays), streak effects (ghosting), or errors in the color display ( chromatic aberration ). The pixel structure of the display (screen door effect) can no longer be seen, everything looks as if it were made from one piece. SteamVR sets the resolution of the VR device to 3,184 by 3,096 pixels per eye by default. This is standard and is done with every VR glasses to counteract the distortion effects of the lenses. The HP Reverb G2 is based on Windows Mixed Reality, so the device and the software working in the background are natively built into Windows 10. After connecting the VR glasses, the Windows Mixed Reality portal opens and a guide leads the user through setting up the VR glasses and the play area. In the system settings of Windows 10, there are settings for the VR mode. The Windows Mixed Reality Portal offers various rooms that can be set up according to your own ideas and a separate shop for VR games. The portal always runs in the background: functions such as quick access to the desktop can be started by pressing the Windows button on the controller. However, anyone who bridges the WMR to SteamVR will rarely – if ever – use these options. Using the HP Reverb G2 with Steam is easy: start Steam, install the Windows Mixed Reality for SteamVR app, start SteamVR, and off you go.
Download HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset Manual for Windows and macOS
Before downloading the manual, refer to the following operating systems to make sure the HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset is compatible with your PC or Mac to avoid when installing or using the Virtual Reality device.
Download HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset Setup Guide Manual
The manual below includes a Quick Setup Guide to teach the user how to use virtual reality device and connect to the Windows PC or Mac.
HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset Quick Setup Guide
File size: 2.33MB
Connecting the HP Virtual Reality Headset cables
File size: 0.42MB
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