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    36 comments  ·  Oculus Rift S and Rift » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Matt commented  · 

    I’d not be opposed to Oculus implementing one constellation tracking tower from the CV1 into the S system ...as an option for those who feel controller tracking is critical in preserving a full immersion experience. I mean, it could be used to just compliment the hand tracking in those dead-zones. The hand controllers still use IR LED patterns on the S’s rings, right?

    https://youtu.be/QBArBlgTKbI

    I don’t quite got the “freedom from sensors” point when people talk about the S. I mean, it’s not like we’re taking our heavy tower PCs with us wherever we go, lol. My sensors stayed on my wall and the only time I notice there was anything hooked up at all is when I was looking for a free USB port (of which, I found I still had plenty). An untethered headset like the Quest could sport a word like “Freedom”, but mobility isn’t something I’m even considering while connected to a PC. Still, if they still wish to preserve that market demographic who find that “freedom” is important to them, then having a constellation tower option, as an actual “option” would still preserve that.

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    Matt commented  · 

    I’d not be opposed to Oculus implementing one constellation tracking tower from the CV1 into the S system ...as an option for those who feel controller tracking is critical in preserving a full immersion experience. I mean, it could be used to just compliment the hand tracking in those dead-zones. The hand controllers still use IR LED patterns on the S’s rings, right?

    https://youtu.be/QBArBlgTKbI

    I don’t quite got the “freedom from sensors” point when people talk about the S. I mean, it’s not like we’re taking our heavy tower PCs with us wherever we go, lol. My sensors stayed on my wall and the only time I notice there was anything hooked up at all is when I was looking for a free USB port (of which, I found I still had plenty). An untethered headset like the Quest could sport a word like “Freedom”, but mobility isn’t something I’m even considering while connected to a PC. Still, if they still wish to preserve that market demographic who find that “freedom” is important to them, then having a constellation tower option, as an actual “option” would still preserve that.

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