VR Compare comparison website

Hey I found out about this site, and it seems to be getting quite popular. It has all the info on all hmds ever made

I wonder if @risa2000 might be able to contribute to.

The site creator’s email address is there
contact@vr-compare.com

It seems to be missing a few Pimax variants

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It seems that the “technical specs” related to the field of view, and pixels per degree, were most of the time taken from the marketing info, or calculated by using a wrong formula and are not correct. I could only verify few, but I would approach the rest with the same caution.

Apart from that I guess it is not a bad idea to keep a reference to all headsets.

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Yes that’s why I thought of you when I heard about the website. They could use a collaborator :slight_smile:

accuracy is important.

I like the ui though , being able to compare the headsets side by side is a nice touch

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Well, hmdgdb is public (https://risa2000.github.io/hmdgdb/). They may use it as long as they comply with the license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/).

hmdq tools (https://github.com/risa2000/hmdq) are also public, so they could use them as well, if they want.

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