I just discovered what Nimble VR is/was. I searched the forums and saw it was brought up a few times within the past few months (mainly in the context of LeapMotion). Back to Nimble, essentially it's a IR based tracking technology for tracking your hands/fingers movement; Constellation sensors/cameras also use IR (Infrared)
What's interesting is this company was acquired by Oculus a few years back!!
Now, I've seen tweets of reporters saying they heard hints from Oculus not to give up on Constellation just yet; perhaps they have new features in the works? Perhaps Nimble VR tech can still be an added feature for CV1 Rift?
What do you all think?
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