I'm not sure if you've selected a headset. In case you haven't, I wanted to throw my two cents in. We have used the vive, vive pro, vive cosmos, oculus quest and valve index. After some major hassles with the cord (physical limitations, trip hazard, etc), we decided to try the vive wireless. This was no simple feat, yet it has proved well worth the hassle. Between cpu and gpu upgrades, locating the lighthouses properly, getting stable wireless, making enough space in our office, my VR hour counter showed just over 200hrs. I know this sounds like an absurd amount of time to setup.. Full disclosure, a lot of that time was spent just testing the setup along with exploring the VR world. Being able to walk around without a leash is worth more than 10 times the money and hassle.
At the current time, we've managed to setup a 750 sqft space where our customers are able to walk around wirelessly, without stutters jitters, blue or black screens. In other words, incredible immersion, which leads to easy sales. We are a high end landscape company and since we setup the wireless VR, we are 15 for 16 in closing our clients. The biggest positive on this front, most of our customers have agreed to the project as designed at more than double their stated budget. We don't even have to ask, it is simple. Our customers love the VR so much, they ask us when we can start.
I know this seems like I veered off course, maybe I did. But we have been so happy with our results, I just had to share our experience. I Hope Enscape will continue to improve this awesome software.
Our current setup is a Ryzen 5800x, 32GB ram, rtx 3090 and vive pro wireless.
I hope this helps!!
P.s. one of the unintended consequences.. we had to face our own designs and come to terms with our own flaws. Thankfully, we review thoroughly before presentation!
Did you try the Quest 2 Wireless with Virtual Desktop? If yes, how does it compare?