[Sammelthread] Oculus Rift (CV1)

Dieses Thema im Forum "Oculus Rift" wurde erstellt von Christian, 19. November 2014.

  1. Steam sammelt hardware infos und logischerweise die Spieleinfos die relevant für deine Spiele sind, von mehr habe ich außer urbanen Mythen und paranoiden Stories noch nicht gelesen.

    @edit ah..stimmt nicht ganz

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    und bei oculus sieht das dann so aus

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    wobei das dann User bezogene Daten sind
     
  2. Nicht nur , bekommst Du keine Vorschläge von Spielen die dir gefallen könnten aufgrund deiner zuletzt gespielten Games?Weiß nicht ob es eine Option gibt das zu deaktivieren, aber Fakt ist das sie dein Verhalten speichern und verwerten.
     
  3. oder analysieren sie es einfach über deinen Besitz bei Steam?^^
     
  4. Nein dann müsste ich nämlich ganz andere Spiele vorgeschlagen bekommen. Habe ca. die Hälfte meiner Spiele nur kurz angespielt und dann in den Ordner für später gepackt. Diese werden (meinem Gefühl nach) auch nicht vorgeschlagen sonst müsste ich andere Genres vorgeschlagen bekommen.

    Gesendet von meinem A0001 mit Tapatalk
     
  5. Morgen, Jungs.
    Ich weiß ne Übersicht gibt's hier schon lange nicht mehr im Thread, aber bitte verfehlt die Kernthematik nicht.
    (y)


    Sagt mal, steht bei euch in der Order-History auch nicht mehr 741€, sondern neuerdings nur noch 699€? :confused:
     
  6. Jo steht bei mir auch 699€ ABER auch der Zusatz "This price does not include shipping.". Vielleicht wird der Versand teurer und deswegen sind auch noch keine Brillen verschickt :cf: naja mal abwarten.
     
  7. Hier die Erklärung:

     
  8. Das wir teuer für Oculus und die ersten Pre Orders gehen dann wohl erst in 2 Wochen raus. Kein guter Start.

    Und wie kann es sein das das jetzt auffällt ? Sollten die nicht schon Einheiten vorproduziert haben ?
     
  9. Und wie es sich anhört nicht direkt selbst verschuldet, sondern durch einen Zulieferer :(
     

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