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    Thread: The VR Dream

    That is clickbaity Grim. It is wired, just compatible with the wireless adapters that already exist for the Vive.

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    The Reverb is for Enterprise not gaming, so that is to be expected at the moment given current GPU limits. Index is lower res but its 120Hz is the trade off for that.

    Rifts S is get people into PC...

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    Cosmos is rumoured to be $800 USD and shipping at the end of August, they have also added two more cameras to the front of the headset - at the top and bottom in the middle.

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    Well they are just demoing what the physics system is capable of, you don't have to play it that way. I suggest you stay away from Blade and Sorcery if you didn't like the above.

    It is definitely...

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    This is easily my most anticipated game at the moment, even though this video is mostly about showing off the Index controllers.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2E30vb3bmMc

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    The only ceiling video I have bothered with over the last year is of the Netflix variety. Seems like a downgrade for porn, when you can watch it in VR from a first person perspective instead...

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    The Reverb's are getting recalled at the moment... also 1080Ti is minimum for gaming on one really, don't know what is required for commercial software purposes

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    Cool _b Those comfort mods I made to mine make a big difference if you find the pressure too much on your forehead - the plush VR Cover also stops the light bleed you get with the default skinny...

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    Heh, I know, been down that path myself - but being that I have a much better gaming headset with a high-end PC in addition to the Go I can't make a good argument for it :/

    I'll wait for...

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    The visuals aren't a huge jump, the difference between the single LCD screen in the Go versus the slightly higher combined res of the the dual-OLED displays in the Quest isn't much. It will be better...

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    There is a reason its nickname is Tardme.

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    Just watched a couple of YouTubers play this with early keys, looks like a fun workout:
    https://store.steampowered.com/app/1041690/Mace_and_Grace/

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    I have been playing with that this week. Christchurch is done, albeit out of date now. I was surprised that places like Giza hadn't been done yet, I wanted to look at the pyramids, but they were...

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    Depends on use case and what appeals more. The Quest has a better res OLED screen, and it is wireless, but only offers a mobile level graphics experience. The S if you have a PC that can run it...

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    Yeah, I'd just buy it directly from Oculus, they are registered for tax here and it also includes shipping. I am trying to justify buying one, but being that I have a Go and and O+, I am finding it...

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4T71x7wvO0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SI_3jlAV9M

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    Rift S and Quest pre-orders start today. Will both start shipping on the 21st of May (US). Both are $399 USD ~$600 NZD at the current exchange rate.

    From Oculus directly they are $699 NZD (64GB...

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    Oh yeah, there is that one too, so many coming out this year. Still there is no consumer GPU that can run a game properly on that currently, so it is a bit of waste for that purpose.

    I will...

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    You are thinking of the HP Copper which is 2,160 2,160 (per eye) I suspect. It is designed for enterprise, not playing games.

    Foveated rendering is needed for higher-res gaming (just renders...

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    If you wanted to avoid the GST you could just send it via YouShop and declare as such. I am glad I didn't do that however, as my original unit had a faulty controller on arrival and B&H Photo paid...

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    I heard there is a work around, but it isn't perfect.

    I'd recommend buying the VR cover for it, especially if you play any fitness type games, as it can be wiped down to clean (unlike the face pad...

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    The WMR tracking issues are overstated, I rarely have any issues with the O+ in game - it helps that the Bluetooth dongle is built into the headset in this model - a lot of the problems people have...

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    A decent WMR headset like the Odyssey+ is actually better than the Rift S, in all but the extra sensors. Those Explorers are a steal at that price though, pretty good entry price for someone who just...

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    Everything about it except the inside out tracking is a backwards step, it seems to be aimed at pulling new users in, it isn't really an upgrade path for existing users - The refresh rate is also...

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    I will be interested to see if they cut the Oculus's lunch with the shitty Rift S or whether it will be priced well out of the range of that.

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