@Heliosurge @SweViver @Dallas.Hao DJI’s FPV goggles do something interesting. They show half of a monoscopic image 1/2 on each display across the HMDs two displays (like an extended desktop multi monitor setup.) to give you one Very HD image.
I have realized that if you did this on the Pimax 8K non X you can bypass its present bandwidth and resolution limitation in software while trading stereoscopy for one very high res image.
Since we can drive stereo 1440p at 80hz, putting one 5K image across both of these panels (1/2 each) would give you a single real 5120x2880 picture in the same bandwidth and FPS, just monoscopic.
You could even use a shader and time warp to get perspective depth from these 2D images. Still 2D, but with a lot of depth cues intact at double resolution. (picture OG Star Tours or California Adventure at Disneyland)
It would be like playing games in an enormous Imax theater. Seems like a workable idea since presently you are already rendering higher than 4K images on both the 5K plus and the 8K. Offer a monoscopic mode so that we don’t just throw all that extra rendering work away!
Sure, you lose some depth, but for sims and virtual desktop applications, you have something viable for all of your present customers at an insanely affordable price done only with software. This should be doable completely in software for both 5K+ and 8K.