@Zenbane I agree that tracking with Q2 wireless w/VD is pretty darn good but I don't think it is anywhere as precise as Rift cv1. Actually even my Q2 tracking with Link is a little better than wireless. Try a few grip-and-release games (Toybox shows this pretty well) and you will see the differences pretty easy. Wireless sometimes is like you have very sticky fingers, lol! Also, grabbing things occasionally seem to take a few hand pumps. Nothing is made unplayable though.
Ya, I'm sure it will improve a bit over time. Unfortunately, Quest wireless w/VD tracking is never going to be as good as wired with Link either imho. I had this confirmed by Guy, the VD developer. Just a limitation of the current wireless technology. Hopefully this will also improve in the future. It might get pretty close with true wifi 6Ghz but this requires wifi 6e devices and the Q2 is only wifi 6. Oculus is maybe saving this for Q3, maybe with their Quest Air wireless system that is in development. Still, for most games Q2 wireless w/VD is surprisingly very good.
That's a review of the early beta-hardware - what we need are reviews of the final hardware. And especially from unbiased users. Btw, nice to see that Sebastian can count to five - would be kinda embarrassing if he held up 4 fingers 😄
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