I know I'm not the only one who has the uneven brightness problem with
their Gear VR. It is especially annoying in cinema apps and dark games.
Surely there is a workable software solution, such as a graded
brightness calibration or something? I almos...
I should have gotten screenshots for you guys. I normally wouldn't rant,
but I was just in a short conversation on the Facebook virtual reality
page, trying to help someone understand (Gently) that their AMD APU
laptop would not be able to run the DK...
I wouldn't usually even support any kind of laptop VR, but this one
looks like it may be an option. Waiting for some other people to throw
in what info they can find as well. Lets find out as much as we can on
this laptop.I was looking at laptops wit...
I don't know for certain what Oculus has decided on for dealing with
those of us that wear glasses, but I've heard rumors and seen interviews
that suggest they will just force us to wear our prescription, rather
than allow for adjustment on the HMD.T...
So how is Oculus going to deal with camera occlusion? So far we have
only seen them show off a single camera for tracking, and we already
know that the DK2 tracking can be easily broken if you get too crazy
with your hands, or leaning outside of the ...
I won't be buying either at the start, simply because I'm not willing to
build a new computer just yet. However, I can't really see myself buying
the Rift at this point, simply because I don't trust Oculus not to turn
it into some locked down casual ...
No one here will recommend buying a laptop for VR. There are extreme
incompatibility issues with using a laptop, it would be a massive waste
of money to buy a gaming laptop only to find out that it doesn't work.
Not many games take advantage of the superior multithreaded performance
of AMD compared to their equivalently priced Intel counterparts. Even
the fastest AMD cpu will get out performed in gaming by a decent desktop
i5, and that's coming from a long t...