Re: The Vast Chasm that Enables Public Spirited Service vs Private and Pirate Sector Enterprise*
180K is the salary
23 posts • joined 2 May 2012
I always smile at the irony of all the Barclays "we care about security" messages after having to deal with one of their bank accounts that was being used to funnel scam money through having its address changed to mine.
Nine separate contacts to Barclays informing them of this error and scam yet the account was still open 3 months after I first reported to them, on average each month saw around £40,000 coming in and being transferred out, who says crime doesn't pay?
Depends on the provider, Nationwide told me they didn't have a non contactless version, a snip of the card in the right place breaks the circuit though
This was after 2 of my cards had been compromised, I usually carry 4 cards in my wallet, 2 contactless and 2 not - the 2 contactless ones were the ones compromised
I've never had any motion sickness from the Oculus while in the driving sim but I know of others who had to "build up their VR legs" although all who have tried mine didn't have any issues.
Did you try it on a proper rig? fixed seat, wheels and pedals? maybe that helps? plus I tend to lean into corners while looking through the apex - could that be helping to trick my inner ear?
Within my sim (Assetto Corsa) there are various settings that can relate to "Comfort/sickness inducing" , one which has divided opinion is the Lock to horizon - some love it with it on others can't drive with it. Not sure if any of those types of options are available on PSVR and driveclub.
For driving sims it absolutely does give you an "edge" and is certainly not a gimmick; speed sensation, immersion/sense of presence, depth perception and "feel" of what the car is doing under you are all greatly increased, allows you to more easily position the car exactly where you want (or be able to tell by just how much you missed that apex).
Before the Oculus arrived I was using high end triple screens in my sim rig, they haven't been used for almost two years now
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