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  1. Its funny because it's so true great video, you had me rolling watching this
  2. thanks i couldn't miss this mission glad a recorded it and glad you enjoyed it.
  3. I have to bass shakers installed on the back of the seat and used u bolts and some sturdy cedar boards to mount the pedals to the seat. I moved the seat all the way back and attached the bass shakers to the board to try and counter balance the pedals.
  4. The hype is real this with vr is insane. A problem I had was there was no attachment for rudder pedals so when flying straight vertical my feet didn't touch the pedals and flying down I was being pushed into them. After a few trips to the hardware store I made an attachment for the pedals. Just regular flight is awsome, dogfights are crazy. Landing is cool you can feel what wheel hits first, and crashes where you skip across the ground damn near throw you from the chair. When combined with bass shakers the immersion is unparalleled
  5. this thread made me take the plunge my chair and motion platform comes today, it looked to good to pass up.
  6. yes and even with all the deficiencies of VR its still a game changer and if you fly with VR consistently you will never be able to go back to a flat monitor. We complain that one headset doesn't have it all or that VR is not perfect but its such a leap forward in how you can experience IL2.
  7. I am looking forward to your review when I first put on the headset I had that wow this is the future moment. The clarity is amazing, dang near looking at the monitor, but mine was pleaged with issues I think they were from the connecting cord, it was a issue for many but hopefully they fixed that. It's really strong in clarity but real week in FOV some can look past that but the future with that clarity and the pimax FOV and the index sweet spot is going to be awsome I am excited for what VR will bring.
  8. I really enjoyed my pimax5k+ i upgraded from the CV1 to that and it was a def wow factor. I had the HP reverb for about a week before i sent it back screen flickering was bad in the HMD i had. the clarity was awesome but the FOV was terrible, if i want from the CV1 to Reverb i probably would have not minded but after trying the pimax i could not go back to that small FOV. I recently picked up the Valve index and i have to say i have never plug in my pimax again. it doesn't have the FOV of the 5k but to me it doesnt seem that much different than the pimax on small fov which i was running anyway to keep and acceptable FPS. the clarity and sweet spot seemed better than the pimax and the FPS i get is better. My biggest issue was my pimax not recognizing the base stations put in multiple help tickets the remoted in and fixed it but it was always an issue. The Pimax always felt like a work in progress, where as the Index feels like a polished product (in my experience). over all the ease of use, clarity, better FPS, and decent FOV for me makes the Valve index the overall best headset on the market today. VR very subjective and every ones eyes see different things and everyone has diffrent selling points whether thats FOV (Pimax) or resolution (Reverb) price Rift S. having tried all except the (Rift S) my go to is the Index.
  9. I had better performance with the pimax 5k than I did with the reverb. I didn't have alot of time with the reverb due to the screen flicker so I didn't have that much time play with settings.
  10. ya when it was not flickering it was an awesome experience. i think i stay with the Pimax 5k until they fix their problems or something new and improved comes along
  11. have any of you experienced the screen flickering in one or both eyes? i dont want to send it back but its really nauseating
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