DisplayPort to HDMI. Have an LG 34" wide 21:9 ratio monitor that needs a HDMI connection.
This monitor needs to be setup on photo mode. If placed on read mode, the light hurts coming off the monitor.
I thought I needed game mode for CAD, for SolidWorks, this type of PC monitor is good for the computer, you can put on a TV screen size as well. Both PC monitor and the PC works better together at max of 34 inch.
And then there's VR goggles that looks like the size of a movie theater or 70 inch screen even. If you want 5 of friends on movie mode or gaming, VR goggles is getting cheaper but the virtual computer internet feature, the internet has to be fast to be live intereaction with other people in the world to play games. Maybe a server will be best for 5 graphics card and not sure how many CPUs but is more dedicated GPUs that's needed.
This displayport to HDMI, today's VR just needs HDMI to see what the VR user sees. Is fast enough to see what they are looking at.
AR, isn't worrisome, is just at less intensity as of a VR game. Cost less and is more for I of making stuff, then worrying of film per second gaming. The horizontal view is only 90 degrees to seeing the products in my living room.
Works. Happy there. Thanks.