Change the Quest FCC certification and up the display to 90Hz, at least when connected to PC VR
I just saw John Carmack mention this in his OC6 talk. I mean, come on, if there's a chance you can up this thing to 90Hz, even if it's only for desktop mode, then you really should make this happen. Yeah, it's a hassle and cost on your side, but not one customer is going to complain about you making their VR experience the best it can be, especially when from their end there's no hassle involved in getting that.
Jon Daly commented
If this increases the performance of the quest then please do this
This would be extremely beneficial. As would a more comfortable face mask accessory.
Nazariy Melnychuk commented
Essential feature for decreasing motion sickness for many people.
Please consider recertification for Quest, because this generation of Oculus headsets is going to be here for a while, and competitors are not going to sleep
Lee Masoud Wilson commented
An option to enable 90Hz in a 'desktop mode' would be super welcome and shoe that Oculus is very much listening to the enthusiasts that are an important part of the vr community.
While I understand the limitation on both the onboard SoC and the bandwith limit of USB-C, if there is some magic that increase the framerate without noticeably compromising visual quality, I'd love to see that. Framerate has always been more important to me than resolution.
Christopher Heddle commented
please allow users to toggle on their desktops a 72hz or 90hz mode - 90hz would have less quality.
A 90hz mode could also be made available to devs to use on a case by case basis. Certain games like racket fury / 11 table tennis would heavily benefit from this.
Chris Scott commented
Yes, would love to see 90hz as an option, especially for Oculus Link. I completely understand if it's not enabled for native games to save battery life.
Hugo Tremblay commented
72Hz isn't good enough for any game with fast movement
I'd love to see this, even if it only allows for a better time-warp.
Sage Bond commented
Darren Hanson has the right idea. Give us the tools to mod
Darren Hanson commented
Or inform independent modders in the community about how they could theoretically do it so you can absolve yourself of any legal issues with the FCC
Darren Ellis commented
Yes and ********
Unt Rusted commented
Here's John Carmack's OC6 discussion about upgrading Quest from 72Hz to 90Hz for Oculus Link remote rendering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMIDaomx0GA&t=1h4m02s
I think it's a really good idea.