Anonymous, 22 Mar 2018ehh, wont it be puke festival? don't really understand about technical stuff but I thought mos... moreUhm. Yes. Meant microseconds. Not Miliseconds. Damn Autocorrect (microsecond: 1 millionth of a second)
Kiyasuriin, 21 Mar 2018ve worked with Foveated systems. (still not in VR headsets like these) they have fairly "gene... moreehh, wont it be puke festival? don't really understand about technical stuff but I thought most half decent monitor have 2ms respone time while even cheap led monitor has 8 ms?.
This sounds really promising. I hope that in 2 years these VR headsets will be much more enhanced than today - and then I will surely get one.
This sounds promising- a VR headset(albeit development kit) with eye tracking. Neat features like this foveated rendering. However, I didn't notice if there's technology to surround the peripheral vision of the person wearing the kit.
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2018Foveated rendering could be very useful if it has low latency.ve worked with Foveated systems. (still not in VR headsets like these)
they have fairly "generic" latency. response rate is about 15ms when it comes to a typical 835-level SoC so if it's the 845... I believe that with the Kryo 385 cores it'll drop to 8.7-9.2 range by avarage,