Thanks Alanzo for clearing that out.
Yesterday I bought the Rift to see if it was something for me. My Rift was stuck at the 45 fps with the ASW making the extra frames. Maybe I am just too old to new things, but I have never felt so motion sick in my life before. I believe the motion sickness is mainly because of the lack of frames, but also because everything looks blurred and out of focus, I read here on this forum that you can get used to it, and the motion sickness will go away. Just thinking about going through that process stops me from wanting to fly more VR. Sadly 😪
The bad experience could be because my computer CPU struggles. I don't know. But until they find a way eliminate the motions sickness in VR I stick to my trusted TrackIr.
These are my cons and pros about VR in Il2: (Its important to mention that this is only based on one day of testing the Oculus Rift).
My computer specs are:
i7-5820K CPU 3.30 GHz. 3.30 GHz
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080
16 GB RAM
- Very immersive feeling. You REALLY feel you are in a ww2 plane. Great made by the Il2 team.
- Perfect tracking compared to my TrackIr which sometimes lose the tracking.
- Everything looks blurred and out of focus.(I followed the Rift instrcutions to get the best and clearest picture)
- Spotting and identifying planes from further away was to me imposible because of the low resolution.
- Motion sickness. (As mentioned above this could be because of my computer struggles to give me enough fps)