Beat Saber Players Move Faster Than Thought Possible, Forcing Steam VR Update

Some people move so fast when they play the VR game Beat Saber, a rhythm game that’s basically Dance Dance Revolution with lightsabers, that Valve developers have had to issue a fix. People were moving so fast that Steam VR couldn’t track their movements. After collecting the data on Beat Saber experts, Valve developers had to issue a fix to the trackers in Valve’s Lighthouse technology that tracks movement. On the latest changelog for Steam VR today, developers noted that they had to “Increase limits of what we thought was humanly possible for controller motion.” A developer elaborated further in the comments that “a properly motivated human using a light enough controller could go faster (3600 degrees/sec!) than we... Continue reading…

Beat Saber Players Move Faster Than Thought Possible, Forcing Steam VR Update

Some Beat Saber players are so good, they've forced Valve to reevaluate how quickly humans can move. The post Beat Saber Players Move Faster Than Thought Possible, Forcing Steam VR Update appeared ...

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Extremetech

'Beat Saber' players were so fast that they broke Steam VR

Beat Saber, one of the coolest and most physical games available on VR, has some incredibly fast players. Valve recently announced that it updated Steam VR to "increase limits ...

Tue 12 Feb 19 from Engadget

Valve has some new thoughts on what’s “humanly possible” in SteamVR

Expert Beat Saber players are rotating their wrists at over 3,600 degrees/second.

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Arstechnica

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