Beat Saber It's like Star Wars Meets Dance Dance, And involves cutting blocks with a light sword to the rhythm of popular tracks. This is played with the VIV VIV VR on steam VR (or on the PlayStation VR and Oculus VR) and players use a lighthouse and other controllers to move the swords.
To avoid tracking errors, Valve calculated what he thought were the maximum human speeds, but they turned out to be wrong. "For example, if your math says you're behind your only estate, obviously we made a mistake because we would not get any sign behind the station," the company said. "One of these tests relates to how quickly we thought it was physically possible for someone to turn their hand, and it turns out that a person who is properly motivated by a light controller can walk faster (3,600 degrees per second!) Than we thought."
This means players can flip their wrists 90 degrees about 1 / 40th of a second, about half as fast as the refresh rate on a Vive headset. To see what it looks like in real life, check out the video posted by Felps lives (Above), where it displays amazing coordination speed in cutting boxes. Suffice it to say, this kind of fun VR gaming advertising should be more mainstream.