Intugame Entertainment announced several key improvements to its virtual reality (VR) streaming software Intugame VR earlier this month. The update included the ability to view streamed videogames in up to 60 frames-per-second (FPS). Now the developer has revealed its next set of improvements which are based around giving the user a range of customisation options to tweek their VR settings.
The new settings allow the adjustment of the head-tracking sensitivity, picture quality, monitor selection and watching of YouTube 360 degree videos. Also the window now offers several Distortion Profiles. They are presets for different head-mounted displays HMD’s), Google Cardboard, Zeiss VR One, Samsung Gear VR and a ‘Custom’ option in case players headsets need some additional adjustment.
Intugame VR founders Krasimir Nikolov and Georgi Georgiev have said in a statement that: ‘You can email us your custom settings and headset and we can add them to the list’. Another new feature, the automatic saves of Error and Crash logs, also features this option. Users can e-mail the apps creators at firstname.lastname@example.org if any such accidents occur.
Intugame VR now displays the friendly PC name instead of the IP address, and stability is improved, as well as the performance when the phones resolution is higher than the desktop’s.
Intugame Entertainment has said more news for Intugame VR is on the way, and VRFocus will continue to follow any more news closely, reporting back with any new announcements.