The Quest 2 is a virtual reality (VR) headset developed by Reality Labs, a division of Facebook, Inc. (now Meta Platforms). It is a refresh of the original Oculus Quest with a similar design, but with a lighter weight, updated internal specifications, a display with a higher refresh rate and per-eye resolution, and updated Oculus Touch controllers with improved battery life. As with its predecessor, the Quest 2 can run as either a standalone headset with an internal, Android-based operating system, or with Oculus Rift-compatible VR software running on a desktop computer.
Oculus Quest 2 Pro
The Meta Quest Pro is a mixed reality (MR) headset developed by Reality Labs, a division of Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook, Inc.). Unveiled on October 11, 2022, it is a high-end headset designed for mixed reality and virtual reality applications, targeting business and enthusiast users. It is differentiated from the Quest 2 by a thinner form factor leveraging pancake lenses, high resolution cameras for MR, integrated face and eye tracking, and updated controllers with on-board motion tracking.
Magic Leap 2
Magic Leap 2 is an augmented reality (AR) headset that uses its cameras and time-of-flight (ToF) sensor to generate over 300,000 precise 3D points to map your environment down to the millimeter. By understanding the world around you, your solutions can achieve better interactivity and account for objects, surfaces, and occlusions. The Magic Leap 2 Controller offers world tracking and 6 degrees of freedom—giving you accuracy and precision that purely gesture-controlled AR.
Azure Kinect DK
The Azure Kinect DK is a developer kit and PC peripheral which employs the use of artificial intelligence (AI) sensors for computer vision and speech models, and is connected to the Microsoft Azure cloud. The kit includes a 12 megapixel RGB camera supplemented by 1 megapixel-depth camera for body tracking, a 360-degree seven-microphone array and an orientation sensor. It can create applications connected to Microsoft’s cloud and AI technologies. The Azure Kinect is used in volumetric capture workflows through the use of software tools that can connect many Azure Kinects into one volumetric capture rig, allowing users to create interactive virtual reality experiences with human performances.