Some people move as fast as playing VR Beat Saber rhythmic game, which is essentially The Dance of Dance Revolution with the torches that valve makers had to issue. People moved so fast that Steam VR could not track their movements, as noted by Kotaku .
After gathering data on Beat Saber valve makers had to issue Valve # 39; s Lighthouse technology, which follows the movements, and find the observers. In the latest changes to Steam VR, the creators noted that they had "Increase the limits that we thought were human opportunities for the governor's movement".
The developer described in more detail the comments that "a properly motivated Man, using a sufficient light controller, could go faster (3600 degrees per second!) Than we thought. “It completely outperforms your wrist 180 degrees about twenty times a second. In other words, too fast.
Beat Saber gives users a physical workout while they lie in moving blue and red blocks of a particular song. And this was known as a fairly appropriate way for a particular use. However, apparently, attempting to achieve higher results in the leader list or just for personal satisfaction has led some people to move too fast.