We already have new VR glasses on the market, and these are the HP Reverb G2 , glasses designed for Windows Mixed Reality and SteamVR in collaboration with Microsoft and Valve respectively. We ran well with glasses employing two LCD panels of 2.89 inches offering a resolution eye 2160 x 2160 pixels @ 90 Hz with mechanical adjustment of the interpupillary distance (IDP).
Being glasses designed for Windows Mixed Reality (WMR), the positioning is linked to four cameras without the need to have base stations around the room. Unlike the First Generation of WMR glasses, twice as many cameras promise better tracking, plus a redesigned driver, which is now much more comfortable with a much more compact size.
The information of the HP Reverb G2 is completed with the fact that they now integrate the headphones with 10 mm speakers, so we save a cable and, the lenses offer greater image clarity, although the only data is that they have been designed by Valve (as well as the headphones), and the important details, such as their availability, or the price, are known to arrive from the fourth quarter of 2020 and will be priced at $ 599, which is very high given the specifications and that the games market is still not interesting.