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    Facebook Reality Labs demos high-fidelity hand tracking

    At the moment the 30fps sensing tech requires a 6-core Xeon CPU and Tesla V100 GPU.
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    Re: Facebook Reality Labs demos high-fidelity hand tracking

    43 cameras to do "I got your nose". That shouldn't seem awesome, yet somehow it is

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    Re: Facebook Reality Labs demos high-fidelity hand tracking

    Hand tracking is where it needs to be at for VR I think, controllers are ok but limited, can see a lot of scope for hand tracking especially with things like touching buttons etc
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    Re: Facebook Reality Labs demos high-fidelity hand tracking

    six threads 2.2GHz Intel E5-2698 Xeon processor and an Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU... all things considered the requirements isn't actually all that high (excluding cameras). You could likely get similar performance (assuming using cuda) with a 3090 and a 6-8 core ryzen.

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