- Category: Vireio Perception News
- Published on Friday, 24 July 2015 08:33
- Written by Neil Schneider
Miracle worker Simon Brown (Dr. Beef) discovered that individual games have certain timing idiosyncrasies that was adding jutter to the experience and creating a left eye / right eye desyncronization. To compensate for this, we have added a game by game timing adjustment that can be found in the "Overall Settings" menu. A setting of 0 has not waiting period and is most likely going to exhibit the described problems. A setting of 20 will be smooth, but introduce latency. A setting between 3-8 should work well depending on your machine.
Provided your computer can deliver a frame rate in the high 30s, you should be able to achieve a judder-free experience. Please report your findings!
The VR Boost scanner for Bioshock 2 has also been fixed. More to come!
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