HTC Vive Pro 2 Rental
The Vive Pro 2 is HTC’s successor to the popular Vive Pro VR headset. HTC has taken an already impressive headset and gone to the next level with upgraded graphics, sound and ergonomics.
Vive Pro 2 Specs
|Resolution||5K (2448 x 2448 Pixels per eye)|
|Field of View||Up to 120˚|
|Refresh Rate||90/120 Hz (only 90Hz supported via VIVE Wireless Adapter)|
|Screen||Dual RGB low persistence LCD|
|Audio||Hi-Res certified headset|
|Sensors||G-sensor, gyroscope, proximity, IPD sensor, SteamVR Tracking V2.0 (compatible with SteamVR 1.0 and 2.0 base stations)|
|Ergonomics||Eye relief with lens distance adjustment
|Minimum Required PC Specs||I5 Processor, GTX 1060 or Radeon RX 480, 8GB, DisplayPort 1.2, USB 3.0|
|Room-scale||A minimum play area of 6’6 x 4’11 is required.
Maximum size is 33’ x 33’ with 4 SteamVR™ 2.0
Configure large multi-user spaces
Scale your tracking space–from seated to standing to full 33’x33’ (10m x 10m)1 room-scale tracking. SteamVR Tracking 2.0 allows you to add up to 4 base stations for wide-area tracking avoiding occlusion, and ideal for multi-user environments, all at sub-millimeter accuracy.
Vive Pro 2 for Business
The Vive Pro 2 is ideal for environments and applications including design, marketing visualization, precision training and more.
Remote Collaboration through VIVE Sync
Work with your team across physical distance and multiple locations. Engage just like in-person with powerful and interactive VR tools.
Marketing & Design Visualization
Take your campaign into the immersive dimension of VR. Visualize concepts from all angles and scales, design exhilarating customer interactions, and maximize reach with virtual events.
Effectively equip your employees with the proper skillsets. Reduce cost and improve the safety of your training program.
Therapy & Rehabilitation
The future of medicine is here. Leverage the unlimited potential of VR in health care, from remote diagnosis and cognitive therapy to injury rehab and more.
Reimagine the possibilities of museums, concert halls, and theme parks. Never-before-seen applications for designing and experiencing exhibitions and entertainment performances.