To run a successful virtual reality experience you will need a computer that can consistently output 90 frames per second to mimic how your eyes naturally view the world. We recommend at least a NVIDIA GTX 1070 graphics card with 8GB or better to run a smooth VR experience in Inspace.
See VR System Requirements for more details.
Compatible VR Headsets
Looking to get a VR headset and not sure which one to choose? Inspace is compatible with a range of VR headsets available on the market. They are:
- Oculus Rift + Touch
- Oculus Rift S
- HTC Vive
- HTC Vive Pro
- Windows Mixed Reality Headsets
Differences between headsets
So which one should you get? In general we recommend the Oculus Rift S however your VR headset choice will on your workspace set up, VR needs and current computer specs.
Primarily working at a desk and need portability:
Oculus Rift S/ Windows Mixed Reality* / Oculus Rift
Oculus Rift S is a smallest system of the three, not requiring external sensors or Bluetooth controller connections. It's easier to disassemble and carry to off-site meetings and quickly set up in unfamiliar spaces. For working from a desk it takes up the smallest amount of space and has the longest tether.
*Please also note that if you are on any Windows Surface products, you will ONLY be able to run Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
Needing surround tracking and more walking space:
HTC Vive / HTC Vive Pro
The HTC Vive requires two infrared sensors called "Lighthouses" to track the space which can be configured for a larger tracked area. It has a maximum tracking field of 15 x 15 feet (4.5m x 4.5m) which is ideal if you are planning to set up a dedicated VR space in the office. It is possible to travel with the HTC Vive however the extra equipment components make set up less straight forward.