HP Reverb G2 sports a 6 degrees of freedom inside tracking system with four cameras placed in front and at both sides of the headset.
With the inside tracking, you don’t need to install any external sensor stations to track your movements, unlike with Valve and HTC Vive headsets.
G2 tracking is based on the Windows Mixed Reality tracking system but provides greater accuracy due to the doubled amount of cameras. You can also look for the best HP reverb G2 lenses online.
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Follow these three tips for better tracking in G2:
1.Don't use your headset in a pitch-black space – inside cameras will have a harder time tracking.
2.Don’t use headsets in uniform color rooms, especially green screen rooms
3.Avoid overly bright room lighting. LED controller lights may be mistaken for room lights, which may cause tracking issues.
HP Reverb G2 vs Valve Index
HP Reverb G2 outshines the Valve Index with its stunning picture quality due to the high-quality resolution of the display. That said, Valve Index steel beats HP’s newest in the audio, controls, and tracking departments.
Both headsets are using the same high-quality speakers yet Valve Index boasts a better adjustment mechanism, 3.5 mm audio port, and superior microphone.
If you are a vivid VR player with a solid PC setup, G2 might provide you with the best in-game VR experience to date with its amazing visual and immersive spatial audio experience. You can order it from the official website, Steam, Microsoft Store, and a few selected partners.