So, absorbing everything on the rift subreddit, I came across the
I do not have a reddit acc, and I did not see any active topic on it
[Outdated, was only meant for day 1. However, mostly there is no 'newer'
news then what you see in the videos and read in the articles provided
below. Although there are some awards won here and there.] So, here are
all the articles, videos and whatn...
Sooo, today I got myself a financial tad bit of luck, netting me near
200$ - DK1 would cost me about 430$ (edit) all in, but I was actually
waiting for the consumer. However, due to the sudden gain in balance, I
am thinking very-very hard about maybe...
I have a question as a non rift owner: I would like to know with what
you can compare the screen of the rift when you are watching a
movie/playing a game.How to give an indication: Compare what you
experience with watching a video on youtube on a ~15...
Sooo, maybe this sounds stupid, but I have a question regarding to your
nose and how you see the real world.In real life, each eye sees a part
of the tip of your nose (just close one eye to understand what I
mean).However (correct me if I am wrong), ...
You don't seem to understand the concept of stereoscopic
3d.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StereoscopyIn short, instead of your
standard tv output where both eyes see the same image, you present each
eye his own image. This is also the reason why oculu...
Seeing as there is little to no shared interest with me at all I would
suspect that you are voicing the general public indeed.Personally I
found the idea of no cables very interesting, at least no cables away of
the body (you could make a belt with b...
Fix? It is not broken?They just show one eye (left or right, doesn't
really matter) on the screen before the lens distortion is applied.The
reason usually one does not show it like this, is because this requires
extra computing power.
A lot of people on this thread assume that the resolution => 1080p. But
how about this: What if the 'pixel flashing' actually reduces the screen
door effect, and they used a 720p screen? I don't want to step on any
toes, but in I think in a roadtovr ...
@sven, it is the same video for all I can see, but indeed that one has
branding. Now not anything against copyright, but less (spam) text is
more in my opinion, I will add a copyright thingy with the link.