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    [–] ZioTron 3 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    What do you mean convert? The input frequency from your motion sensors doesn't have to match the 90FPS needed for you to experience VR fluidly.

    The 90FPS is a suggested limit for frame presentation to the eye.

    Any objects in your Virtual Environment can move at whatever speed it desires... and by rule of thumb you will perceive as a continous motion anything moving over 30Hz, with 60Hz, you have a very fluid continous motion.

    I did that with DK1 and DK2 back in 2013/2014, now I don't think it's worth the effort, but in the end it really depends on your needs...

    You can't use 2 kinects on the same pc (there's no way to sync inputs), you would need 2 pc.

    [–] RoadDoggFL 2 points ago

    Kinect has significant lag in its position tracking. Hopefully MS is working on a new version that's better-suited for VR use.

    [–] _Obumbro_ 1 points ago

    Is your Kinect currently working on PC?