The Spanish user communities of Pimax 4K and future 5K, 8K and 8K X, has asked me to get a group of Pimax user backers, considered the best technical analysts of the best virtual reality websites in Spain, to test an M1, not only because they rely more on the thoroughness of their tests and their openness, for dealing with them for years, but also because they were the first users of the Pimax 4K and those who solved the most problems to all those who came behind, getting interested in them when they felt lost, and creating tutorials for help.
Only one M1 would be necessary for all tests; we are fortunate that another backer drives the high-speed train that passes through the provinces where the analysts reside, which could also invite all the backers of its vicinity. Everything would be between backers, who would witness the tests. Better yet, most analysts have YouTube and / or Twitch channels and could make several live videos showing the results of the analysis, with English translation, for all the thousands of backers. Besides, we would be responsible for publishing the results and impressions on the web and social networks of Pimax, in a simple and organized way, with photographs, diagrams, etc. All analysts would perform the same series of analysis, which could take them hours. We would try games with different computers and graphic cards, including Oculus Rift exclusive games with Revive, showing how they look through the lenses and comparing with other headsets, minimum with Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Samsung Odyssey.
The route of the tests that would link the south and the north of Spain:
Cádiz, Andalusia: to PacoTaco, backer of the Pimax 8K. AlehandoroVR can come to Paco’s house; he is one of the analysts that helped the backers of Pimax 4K and has just started his YouTube and Twich channels. They can prepare analysis and videos together and separately. PacoTaco can compare M1 with HTC Vive and Samsung Odyssey. AlehandoroVR with the Oculus Rift.
Barcelona, Catalonia: to NeoSkynet, another of the analysts backers of Pimax 8K and also Pimax 4K. He contributes on RV and Home Cinema websites; I would also go myself, Cdaked; I am backer of Pimax 8K and I do non-profit articles and reviews on the largest VR website in Spain. Basically, we would be the same ones who were going to try the Pimax v2 in Barcelona, although in the end it could not be, because of the political situation of the moment. Neither Neoskynet nor I have websites or professional YouTube channels, but we would do a joint video and share it, contrasting our data with the Andalusian team.
Bilbao, Basque Country: to Chapeka, another backer with Youtube channel, which would also contrast his data with those of the other two teams.
I think there will be a good group of videos and reviews, much more (and more reliable) than those of a single youtuber or a professional website. The only thing we need is an M1 for a few days and that Pimax assure us that, once the analysis are done, it could be returned, without anyone having to keep it. To be clear, it would be for the tests, not as the Pimax 8K kickstarter headset for any of the analysts. Obviously, we would require permission to show all the data on video.
Finally, make it clear that we would NOT be linked or representing any professional website or youtube channel, although we would be open to sharing the M1, if Pimax allow us, in the case that one professional media were interested in increase the number of analysis.
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