Where can I find out which latest models of virtual reality helmets are officially and guaranteed to be supported by the Elite Dangerous?
Ouch. I ordered mine seconds after they were in stock again and got it two weeks after. Even if the black levels are worse you get used to them and I really don't want to go back to the Vive. I feel your frustration.using a Vive and still waiting for my Index ... since March
My findings exactly. Quest is just too heavy.Can talk about both the rift s and the quest both of which I use. The quest is slow and also heavy after a whiles. With 2 wires coming out after a few hours it's ok but comparison to rift s... well there isn't any.
Rift s is gorgeous. I'm in higher settings to maximise it and looks amazing.
Gutted fdev ain't supporting VR on release of next expansion and still feel personally, it's gonner change.
But if not.... let's just wait n see
Yeah, i'd love to give the Index a go, but the price is a bit too toppy for my budget, plus my Rift S ticks almost all the boxes. Would like better blacks and the sound (speakers are not even a term I would use) is terrible, but I got around the sound issue by buying a cheap pair of earbuds and cable tied them to the side of the Rift, simple, comfy, good sound and inexpensive.My findings exactly. Quest is just too heavy.
Rift S is such a step up compared to CV1!
Would love to try Valve's newish bad boy. It ticks a lot of boxes, including wide FoV and decent headphones
Yep, i had used plantronics 780 with rift s with no issue. The main benefit of on-board speakers is that its not so hot like with external headphones, and you can use it for discord, while the game uses main pc speakers setupAll the oculus HMD's, and any HMD that will work with SteamVR, which is pretty much all the ones that connect to a pc.
And a few more, depending how adventurous you want to get.
As for audio on the rift-s I have no issues wearing headphones over mine.
The foam of all the headphones I have tested comfortably slots between the headband and the top of my ear, this is actually even better than what happens with the cv1 and reverb where the headband passes along and through the cups, puncturing the seal.
Off the top of my head, My mainstay headphones is a wireless logitech set, also tested a few pair of hyperX's, my NAD hifi cans, Audeze Mobius.
So even with my fairly large sized head and ears, and the fact that I have tested over half a dozen different headsets with the S, audio is not a major issue.
Just make sure to expand the headband on them before putting them over the S's halo band.