VR Performance Measurement with OCAT


The open source measurement tool on github OCAT turned version 1.2 and supports now all major VR devices with an overlay in HMDs.

Anybody into measuring performance of VR should have a look at OCAT and give it a try. System requirements are Windows 7/10 in 64bit.

From the readme:

  • New settings options
  • Overlay position is adjustable
  • Recording output path can be specified
  • Custom user notes for summaries
  • Recording delay setting
  • Recording detail level (simple, normal, verbose)
  • Red dot in the overlay to denote recording
  • VR support!
  • Overlay is now shown inside the HMD for OpenVR and libOVR supported devices
  • HTC Vive, Oculus devices, Windows Mixed Reality all supported
  • Statistics support for WMR applications via PresentMon
  • Custom ETW logging for SteamVR and Oculus compositor providers
  • New configuration to disable event logging for VR compositors
    • Read Capture Config
  • Visualisation tool
  • Visualise frame times, reprojections for HMD systems and common session statistics
  • Detailed session visualisation is available using the Select Session tab
  • Visualise multiple session recordings together
  • Save visualised sessions as PDF
  • System information
  • Where possible, OCAT now collects detailed system information including
  • Mainboard, OS, CPU, RAM, GPU driver version, number of GPUs
  • Detailed GPU information where possible:
    • AMD: GPU name, core clock, memory clock, memory size
    • Nvidia: GPU name, core clock, memory size
    • Intel: GPU family, core clock, memory size

For downloading an executable go here

FCAT VR - performance analysis
I think we need to make the list of testing right now

@sweviver @VoodooDE @mixedrealityTV @yanfeng @xunshu


VR technology is the one of the most high class technology, and the mentioned information is really very interesting, But when I try to open it to my Hp Support Assistant computer I didn’t do anything can anyone suggest me any technique to doing this thing.


Innovation fostering excellence in education and VR is one of the most changing innovation. But when i start using it with my tablet, HP Support Assistant utility blocking it.


This is Latency? if yes pimax announce 15ms?and we have 16-17ms? if yes i think it’s a honorable result… ty for the post.