Mark base and Crytek Announce VRScore benchmark to




Crytek and Base Mark jointly announced VRScore. Businesses can get started with the benchmark software for virtual reality by participating in the development program. A consumer version published in June.

The purpose of VRScore is according to the makers in order to set a benchmark, which is based on an engine that is also used in actual games. Benchmark Base software engineer Mark has therefore teamed up with Crytek, so that the CryEngine 3 could be used for the software to measure performance in the field of virtual reality display.

The software has been the past nine months in development and not yet finally finished. Companies that want to participate VRScore fee to work on the development program, which allows them access to all development versions of the software. In June, the final version of the package should appear and there will be a free version for consumers with limited functionality. In addition, a paid Pro package without restrictions, the price is not yet known.

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VRScore supports all known headsets like the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR Razer. The software can measure the performance of a PC as indicate to what extent it is suitable for playback of VR images. Mark Base also comes with VRScore Trek, a device that can perform measurements can measure the headsets and so the latency between the display for the left and right eye.

Both the processor, graphics card and the headset is assigned a score after a benchmark VRScore. An online database will be created where users can compare these Fri scores themselves.

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Futuremark also working on a benchmark program for virtual reality. VRMark is already available in the beta version of 3DMark 2016. Steam released in February a tool to measure the performance of PCs with regard to displaying virtual reality images.



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