The Vive Pre, HTC’s New VR Developer Kit: First Look

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Oldbutstillatit

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@ 16:40 keys clickity clack, turn the monitor and the little magic blue screen on the (now turned monitor) is gone. #sigh

Thank you Tom's for the video and the article. I love this site, for years!
 

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Hmmm......double post? Anyway, Thanks Tom's for the article and video. @ 16:40 they realise we can all see (those like me that look for it) and clickity clack, twist and poof. The magic blue screen is gone.
 

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[quotemsg=17262159,0,1943658]...[/quotemsg]Thanks, but it's unfortunate the HMD view wasn't on the screen in the background. Few things are more boring than watching someone having a VR experience from the outside.
 

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[quotemsg=17273198,0,328798][quotemsg=17262159,0,1943658]...[/quotemsg]Thanks, but it's unfortunate the HMD view wasn't on the screen in the background. Few things are more boring than watching someone having a VR experience from the outside.
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HTC would not let us film the computer or the screen displaying the game.
It would be nice to be able to show everyone what I was seeing but the company was very strict about that. I actually got a couple shots with the screen without noticing and JB Mcree tapped me on the sholder and asked me to change angles.

 

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We asked how a developer would go about getting one of those kits, but Mcree told us those details are still being ironed out.

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The VR industry is just getting started.
its far from too late.

 
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