I have seen Rift S owners say they are taking it back and refunding for a Quest instead.Nice video, this was great insight. Having the cordless sure bring VR in to a new dimension, it starting to get there.. CHEERS!
I seen and tried the old or previous versions a couple times and sure it's a bit cool but stuck to a cable it's a disaster waiting to happen.I have seen Rift S owners say they are taking it back and refunding for a Quest instead.
Being untethered from your PC opens up whole new dimension to VR!
Price is the biggest barrier here.This is a good direction now all remaining is a bit higher resolution and more humane price tag on the gear.
Yeah the price sure is, that's what keep me from investing in VR so far but this is a lot better in price range for what you get compared to previous versions.Price is the biggest barrier here.
Its been said that the Quest is selling almost at cost, or hardly for any profit based off the R&D and parts that went into it.
The idea is to get people hooked on VR.
Currently the latest cell phones use the 855 Snapdragon chip, the Quest is still on the 835, so there is easily a lot of graphical improvements they could make immediately if they upgraded the chip, but it would add another $200 to the price.
It is exactly that!I own a Oculus Rift and a Quest. Tried out the Quest for the first time last night. It's a bit of a game changer in my opinion
I have been looking into the Index pretty hard. I just don't think it's enough of an upgrade to justify the purchase. At least, not when I already have the Rift, Vive, and PSVR. One of the big reasons is the lack of wireless support. I run the TPcast (with openTPcast loaded up) on the Oculus and the Vive is also running wireless. So for me, going back to a cord is just not in the cards. It really is that big of a change to immersion.Anyone looking at the Steam VR coming out?