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VZfit Explorer Feedback
#81
I purchased the Oculus Quest and the VZfit only in order to use VIRZoom Explorer. I was not aware that it was a beta application. In every ride selection I took the ride crashed with distortion and a blue screen on and off during the ride, which made me feel a little sick. While I’m happy with the Oculus and I had great hope for your program, I will not be renewing my subscription to VIRZoom until this is corrected.
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#82
Hi Joselito, sorry for your experience. The usual cause of blue screens is insufficient bandwidth to Streetview servers, in order to get images as fast as you are pedaling. If the problem is something else we'll do everything possible to correct it. Would you please email support@virzoom.com and help us diagnose it?
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#83
(12-03-2019, 10:21 AM)Arctos Wrote: - It would be nice to be able to switch from miles to km in the overlay
- I would love to name the rides. Something like "Shark Bay turnoff to Monkey Mia" would be nicer then the generic "Hamlin Pool Ride #X"
- It would be great if you could prepare the rides on a map at the PC. Entering the coordinates in VR is inconvenient.
- And finally, I assume the whole process for the rendering of the 360° pictures on the 3D landscape is very complicated and I fully understand that there will be artifacts especially with close objects, but the only thing really bothering me, is the "bumps" in the horizon, especially while riding along the sea (e.g. @ -26.4173134,114.0423337). those rides would be much more relaxing if I didn't have to fear Tsunamis all the time :-).

The Explorer build update today supports your top three requests. 

You'll find "Show miles/Show km" toggle on the Options menu, which will affect everywhere we show ride distance in the game.

You can prepare rides on PC and name them using vzfit.com/explorer/upload_kml

As for horizon bumps (and Tsunamis!) those will not be problems with our new method of image projection. We'll be releasing it as an option after we finish tuning and optimizing, probably early January.
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#84
(12-08-2019, 01:27 PM)emalafeew Wrote: Hi Joselito, sorry for your experience.  The usual cause of blue screens is insufficient bandwidth to Streetview servers, in order to get images as fast as you are pedaling.  If the problem is something else we'll do everything possible to correct it.  Would you please email support@virzoom.com and help us diagnose it?

Thank You
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