When it comes to virtual reality (VR) headsets there are two distinct markets, consumer and enterprise. The two may go hand-in-hand when it comes to particular uses cases, which initiatives like Oculus for Business has tapped into with Oculus Quest and Go. However, there are companies that require way more than these headsets can provide, turning to manufacturers like VRgineers and its XTAL head-mounted display (HMD) for that quality and feature set a consumer device just can’t match. But what do you get when spending £5,000 GBP on a VR headset?
Recently VRFocus was fortunate enough to test VRgineers’