The Vive arrives

After doing a lot more reading and research, I decided to take the plunge and purchase an HTC Vive headset. After some initial QA issues where the power adapter for the link box was defective and had to RMA with HTC, I finally I got my system up and going. Dealing with HTC customer support was not fun. I had to get a new ‘VR spec’ PC with a beefy GPU in order to run everything. I didn’t want to mess around too much so I went with an Alienware X51 R3 machine with i7 CPU and Nvidia GTX970.

5 Indie VR developers discuss the VR development process, the ethics VR, and to ask questions from the Community.

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