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    Oculus intros Santa Cruz AiO VR prototype at Connect 3 event

    And it launches its Touch controllers, talks about Async Spacewarp, and of lower PC specs.
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    Re: Oculus intros Santa Cruz AiO VR prototype at Connect 3 event

    ASW sounds like interpolation you get on TVs.

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    Re: Oculus intros Santa Cruz AiO VR prototype at Connect 3 event

    That's pretty much exactly what it is, but it's taking into account head movement as well by the look of it. Seems to work well from what I've read - I've enabled it but not had chance to give it a go.

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