Some folks transfer so quick once they play the VR sport Beat Saber, a rhythm sport that’s principally Dance Dance Revolution with lightsabers, that Valve builders have needed to subject a repair. Folks had been shifting so quick that Steam VR couldn’t monitor their actions, as noticed by Kotaku.
After accumulating the information on Beat Saber consultants, Valve builders needed to subject a repair to the trackers in Valve’s Lighthouse technology that tracks movement. On the newest changelog for Steam VR in the present day, builders famous that they needed to “Improve limits of what we thought was humanly attainable for controller movement.”
A developer elaborated additional within the feedback that “a correctly motivated human utilizing a light-weight sufficient controller may go sooner (3600 levels/sec!) than we thought.” That’s flicking your wrist a full 180 levels about twenty occasions in a single second. In different phrases, superhumanly quick.
Beat Saber provides customers a bodily exercise whereas they’re slashing shifting blocks of blue and purple to the tune of a selected tune. And it’s been referred to as a pretty decent way to get some train. However apparently, making an attempt to realize greater scores on the leaderboard or simply for private satisfaction has motivated some people to maneuver at breakneck speeds.