I saw him watching Nicki Thiim(pro racer) play iRacing in VR, and he was looking for about an hour at all different types of setups, and someone sent him a link to the Pimax kickstarter. He seems to want one. Not sure how serious he is(he just started looking at sim rig/VR stuff so he has no idea what’s out there), but check it out…you guys (Pimax) got a bunch of free advertising btw…
Also, remember hes an actor so being cocky (“They should just send me one”) is part of his character, although he’s probably half kidding because who wouldn’t want one.
I always wonder whether to show people who’ve never tried vr before a vive with a low FOV and res and then show them the pimax, or just show them the pimax straight away. I think I’ll do the first when I get my pimax, their reactions will be way better knowing how limited their FOV and res way before and after, so hope he’s tried a vive/oculus before (if he gets a pimax that is)
Ignore these selfish people who only care about getting their headset and nothing more. They don’t care about wanting pimax to expand and become more famous, which in turn brings more competitiveness, more production of better headsets, and most importantly making vr more widespread and more mainstream and moving vr forward at a much faster rate. They just don’t care. So just leave them be lol.
I don’t even know who he is. As a developer my view might be biased but I would think the best exposure for PIMAX is getting their VR units to be used as standard for exhibition demos of upcoming VR titles at events like PAX and GDC. People will be more likely to take out their wallets for the serious money required if they can experience it for themselves and make an informed decision.