When you compare the Microsoft HoloLens 2 to the Magic Leap 2 you can see which VR Headset is better. Let's take a look of the comparison, and see which model of VR Headset out ontop.
Having used both the Microsoft HoloLens 2 and the Magic Leap 2, I can confidently say that each has its own unique set of pros and cons. Starting with the Microsoft HoloLens 2, one of its main advantages is its wider field of view at 52° compared to Magic Leap’s 44°. It also has a higher resolution at 2048 x 1080 px versus 1536 x 1856 px for Magic Leap. Finally, it has a 60 Hz refresh rate compared to Magic Leap’s 120 Hz – which makes it more suitable for fast-paced applications. On the other hand, the HoloLens is limited when it comes to room scale and 360 tracking capabilities as these features are only available on the more expensive versions.
The Magic Leap 2 is a great choice if you want maximum flexibility in terms of room scale and 360 tracking capabilities as these features are built into every version without any extra cost or hassle. Additionally, it offers a higher refresh rate at 120Hz compared to HoloLens’s 60Hz; this makes it better suited for applications where speed is important. Its downside however lies in its relatively low resolution – 1536 x 1856 px – compared to HoloLens’s 2048 x 1080 px which means you may not get as crisp images as on HoloLens but this can be fixed by applying special algorithms or increasing the brightness level (which unfortunately eats up battery life).
In conclusion, both headsets have their strengths and weaknesses; however if I had to choose one then I would personally go with Microsoft HoloLens due mainly to its wider field of view and higher resolution coupled with an acceptable refresh rate for most applications making this headset perfect for both developers who need advanced features and casual users who just want something reliable enough without breaking their bank account!
|Microsoft HoloLens 2||Magic Leap 2|
|Model Name||HoloLens 2||Leap 2|
|Country of Origin||United States||United States|
|Category||Mixed Reality||AR Glasses|
|Battery Life||3 h|
|Field of View||52°||44°|
|Resolution||2048 × 1080 px (per eye)||1536 x 1856 px|
|Display Type||2 x LCoS binocular|
|Usable with Glasses?||YES|
|Built in Headphones?||YES|
|Built in Microphone?||YES|
|Lens to Eye Adjustment?||YES|