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VR as good as the eye can see

Discussion in 'Breaking News' started by Gadget999, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. Gadget999

    Gadget999 Active Member

    Dec 27, 2015
    +118 / 4 / -0
    My Motion Simulator:
    2DOF, Arduino
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  2. noorbeast

    noorbeast VR - The Next Generation Staff Member Moderator

    Jul 13, 2014
    Innovative tech specialist for NGOs
    St Helens, Tasmania, Australia
    +8,338 / 42 / -2
    My Motion Simulator:
    3DOF, DC motor, JRK
    Cost between €5,000 and €10,000 (£4,350 and £8,700) and aimed at the corporate market.

    The real takeaway is the importance of foveated rendering (eye tracked high quality rendering of just what you are looking at) to increasing VR resolution, which as been known for a long time and is being worked on for consumer grade VR.
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