Windows 10: Windows Holographic Spec Requirements Detailed Holo
I think i`ve twigged it....the link above is not operational on OEM....clicking Next only brings up the second picture on Brinks opening thread.....it does not work on Build 1607, only on Insider builds?
Added on....it does not work with my Insider version either....all USB3.
Last edited by dencal; 21 Nov 2016 at 14:03.
Reason: ADDED ON NOTE
Some interesting news for PCs that "only" have integrated graphics:
Integrated GPUs look like theyâ€™ll be good enough for Windows 10â€™s VR | Ars Technica
Microsoft hasn't published the full Windows Holographic hardware requirements yet, but an application shipping in the latest preview builds, the Windows Holographic First Run app, gives some hints as to what they are. The app is similar to apps that Oculus and Valve have produced for their respective platforms: it checks your system specs to determine if it's going to be ready for VR systems. Microsoft's app is a little vague, but it seems to be aiming quite low: it requires a four-thread processor (either quad core or two core/four thread), 4GB RAM (lower than Oculus' 8GB requirement), USB 3, and some amount of disk space.
The most striking difference is in the GPU requirement. The Microsoft tool demands only DirectX 12 graphics. Notably, this isn't a requirement for a discrete GPU: the integrated GPU in Intel processors appears to pass the test (verified with Skylake), and in principle, everything from Haswell onward should make the grade. AMD's integrated graphics on 6000-series processors or better should also be good enough.
@Barman58 is that you?
Dabbling with VR?
Nigel your new avatar
Source: Windows Holographic experience available for mainstream Windows 10 PCs next year | Windows Experience Blog
Source: Opening Windows Holographic to Partners for a New Era of Mixed Reality | Windows Experience Blog
Source: Learn Windows Holographic Today | Building Apps for Windows
Anyone running 10 on a low spec machine?
( eg. Core 2 processors, and pre Windows 7 compliant)
I'm keen to know how the performance keeps up after a few days, weeks etc.