The future of VR headsets seems bright as an Nvidia researcher reveals a manufacturing technique that could improve Virtual Reality headset's perceived resolution by up to 4 times as much.
So 4K VR could be possible pretty cool if I say so myself.
I'm glad Oculus Rift won't have this patented NVIDIA tech. I look forward to the reveal of their headset. Hope we don't have too wait too long for it.
"I'm glad Oculus Rift won't have this patented NVIDIA tech" Why? if it improves the resolution, why would you not want it?
put my mask on here ops... i meant i hope sony doesn't go with that nvidia illuminati shit
Spoken like a true AMD fan tard
For anyone wondering if you need to actually play the game at 4k resolutions (aka have an insane rig) you don't really need to. The point of the increase in display resolution is to minimize the screen door effect, so you can play at 1080p but the screen door effect would be MUCH less noticeable than right now with the DK2.
on a 780ti now..to go 4K for VR is absolutely not the thing for my GPU...unless it's using old game engine with Dx 9 /10 features..
I run most of the latest games at 4k downsampled to 1200p using a 780ti. works great. you're missing out.
yeah..i guess downsampling works...
Interesting to find out about research work, maybe dozens attempted to find 1 project that might be partially utilized. Btw been at 4k on a titan for over a year and its great, similar to when you bought your 1st 1080p mon after playing for years at 720.
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