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Embracing the Future: Meta Quest 3 to Redefine the VR Landscape

Virtual reality enthusiasts and gamers hold onto your headsets because an exhilarating new chapter in the VR revolution is about to unfold! The Meta Quest 2 is now several years old, whilst the Meta Quest Pro has been released since then, it wasn’t the true successor to the Quest 2. At no surprise, 2023 has been anticipated as the year where we could see more VR headsets on the market than ever before, and now with the expected release date of Meta Quest 3 towards the end of 2023, many users are intrigued to find out what’s changed. 

From the moment it hit the market, Meta Quest 2 garnered attention and admiration from VR enthusiasts worldwide. With impressive hardware and affordable pricing, built-in tracking technology, and a crisp high-resolution display, the Quest 2 provided an unparalleled level of immersion and freedom. It opened doors to VR for countless individuals, making the technology more accessible and compelling than ever before. 

Meta Quest 3: Beyond Boundaries

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, “Later this year, we’re going to launch our next generation consumer headset, which will feature Meta Reality as well, and I expect that this is going to establish this technology as the baseline for all headsets going forward, and eventually of course for AR glasses as well”. 

The current Quest 2 supports a 120Hz refresh rate but requires apps to upscale content to meet that mark. Rumours around the Quest 3 suggest that consumers can expect a massive upgrade of this, alongside a 30% increase in pixel-per-eye resolution. Furthermore, Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that Quest 3 will get Meta Reality, allowing the technology to be used for both augmented reality as well as virtual reality.  

Additionally, the Quest 3 could get a boost in RAM and storage, rumoured to be around 512GB SSD and 12GB RAM. The device is also expected to get slimmer among its other potential upgrades. One of which sports a second-generation mobile chip which could have double the graphics power of the Quest 2. This would most likely result in higher visual fidelity for VR environments and experiences.  Lastly, Quest 3 suggests it will reintroduce a fine-tuning interpupillary distance (the distance between lenses). Despite being a small change in comparison to others, it will provide users with a more comfortable experience.

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