if they are putting it in front of large press outlets it does suggest a high level of confidence.
I’ve been trying to reassure people without divulging that I’m part of this ever since I signed the NDA.
I should clarify that I am a freelancer tech journalist. I write for Tom’s Hardware, but this particular task does not involve TH.
My review for the website will be of the final product, not the M1.
ah apologies, i misunderstood from another post. At the same time i don’t think it reduces your qualifications. And it does not change the fact that they were confident enough in their progress to send it to someone like you.
Huuuummm… I don’t know…
Are the 4k’s issues fixed? Last I knew they still weren’t. The drift in mine is so bad l finally gave up on it.
There is some good Calibration & @Enopho can give solid advice on calibrating.
Ghosting is still an issue but 18.104.22.168 reported on par with 1.1.92; where as 3.0.x has increased.
Please can you try using 22.214.171.124 piplay. there are some additional features including magnetic giro, horizontal calibration in case you have a horizontal tilt as well. i do recommend doing this and also use steamvr’s display mirror to tell the game where your ‘straight ahead’ should be.
Awesome, congrats Pumcy!
Ok will dig out of closet this weekend and give a go. Last I heard the 1.9x something version was still the best overall with quality.
that was the case up until the last 2 versions of 2.x - they managed to nail the ghosting to match 1.1.92, and as they have moved away from steamvrs compositor they now manage the quality of display in piplay directly. @xunshu announced in the last month that Pimax are planning of further improving ghosting with some new techniques, but may involve some hardware and software changes.