Things to do once I get my Index setup -
1. Wiggle my fingers and make sure all those wonderful gestures are tracking as they should.
2. Crank back the Index dial so my eyeballs are just off the lenses.
3. Go into the Steam Environment and measur…
But when I see my hands on the wheel in Project Cars it does make my experience better - just because it looks right. Wiggling my fingers (as silly as it sounds) in VR is going to look awesome and make me feel like I have real hands…
I don't even own a Pimax 8k. I think Pimax lied about the FOV but thats just my opinion. Even so its still going to give the largest FOV above Index so you have to give them credit for that.
I can't answer questions on the Index immersion until I've…
I'm pretty sure you can get Knuckles working with Vive, VivePro, WMR or Pimax. Getting Knuckles for your hands is not a downgrade on a HMD for your head is it.
Index will have the second largest consumer FOV HMD after Pimax on paper. But I've yet t…
The guys who made Boneworks also made Hover Junkers, released in 2016. That title had finger gestures via trigger, track pad and grip buttons. So I would say Boneworks and Knuckles are an evolution of those two.
Once you get use to Knuckles its going feel weird going back to a controller that can't replicate all your fingers.
Why do some games like ED have full body Avatars? Its pointless or does it make you feel like youre sitting there?
I'm looking forw…
What ever game comes out of Valve will still be compatible with Rift/Rift S.
You’ve seen Boneworks which might be here for the Knuckles Launch? If that doesn’t convince you to buy the full Index kit, nothing will.
Ben Lang from RoadtoVR
Index headphones are so good... compared to Quest and Rift S it’s like the difference between a 4:3 SDTV and a 16:9 HDTV. The floating design is also genius. You don’t even know you’re ‘wearing’ headphones.
Lighthouse 2.0 is an improvement on 1.0 in many ways. Firstly 2.0 has sync on beam so you don't need the sync cable. 2.0 has a wider FOV for bigger play spaces. The beam is said to be more accuate so you can space the units further …
I'm on HiRes screens man. Pumping 4k per eye for the glory of VR mankind.
So you either need lots of batteries or a battery charger, neither appear in the photograph. But hey lets no waste time its really not a problem either way.