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Virtual artists

VR isn’t just for gamers. Miguelangelo uses it to create mindblowing performances, visuals, and artwork. Here’s the gear he recommends to get started.


Oculus Go 64GB

Virtual reality standalone headset, LCD Display


HTC Vive Pro Starter Kit

Virtual reality headset, AMOLED Display, controllers


MSI Trident X (9SD-014)

Intel Core i7, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070, 16GB Memory, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD Storage


MSI Infinite A 8RE

Intel Core i7, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, 16GB Memory, 256GB SSD + 2TB HDD Storage


“It has to be transportable, to do my shows in public. First, you need a great virtual reality headset – the HTC Vive Pro and Oculus Go are at the top for me right now. I incorporate the tracked controllers as tools, similar to the handling of an analog airbrush. Then you need a powerful VR-ready laptop, and a projector to show your work, to people from all walks of life, wherever they are. Grover’s been a game-changer in helping me access the tech I need to make my ideas a virtual reality – I love being able to dive into the most advanced gear on the market.”


Microsoft Surface Book 2

13.5", Intel Core i7, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD Storage



Apple 12.9" iPad Pro Wi-Fi (2018)

12.9" Display, 64GB Storage



Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

Bluetooth, Magnetically attaches and pairs


Dell XPS 13 9370 Touch

13.3", Intel Core i7, 16GB Memory, 512GB SSD Storage


Our own favorites for creatives in any medium let you paint and sketch right on your tablet. Rent the iPad with the Apple Pencil for digital drawing, or try a 2-in-1 convertible laptop for creative excursions.

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