Stream PC Desktop to Phone for Virtual Reality (Now With Head Tracking!)

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There are 5 applications that I take advantage of to stream my desktop to my telephone/iPod. All of them have completely different execs and cons.

1. Kinoni Remote Desktop might be the least laggy streamer on the market. It could be downloaded at http://www.kinoni.com/

Pros:

I ran many video games like Portal and noticed no perceptible lag whereas in sport.

High framerates.

Free!

Cons:

The audio high quality is not nice.

Android solely.

2. Trinus Gyre is unquestionably the second finest. The streaming is simply above common, however what actually places it forward is its in-built head monitoring. The second you begin streaming, relying in your settings, the mouse ought to transfer routinely as you rotate your head. It could be downloaded at http://oddsheepgames.com/?page_id=134

Pros:

Built in head monitoring? Yes, sure, sure!

Relatively excessive framerates.

Cons:

Android solely.

Head monitoring wants a some work.

Costs cash (5.27 USD for the app; the PC streamer is free)

three. Kainy would have been second on this checklist a couple of months in the past, I did not learn about Trinus Gyre but (it won’t have been out). It could be downloaded at http://kainy.com/download.html

Pros:

Kainy can stream as much as 60 FPS (frames per second) with minimal lag.

Cons:

Free model has adverts, which makes it unsuitable for VR gaming.

Android solely. (Support to iOS supposedly coming quickly)

four. Splashtop is quantity 4 as a result of it solely streams at 30 FPS, with fairly noticeable lag/jitter. It could be downloaded at http://splashtop.com

Pros: iOS AND Android compatibility! Yay!

Free on Android!

Cons:

Slow, particularly on iOS units. Like, actually gradual.

Costs cash for the iOS app (5 USD)

Unusable for VR gaming.

5. Teamviewer is definitely not that dangerous contemplating that it was initially supposed for enterprise. It could be downloaded at http://teamviewer.com

Pros: iOS AND Android compatibility! Yay!

Free!

Cons:

Lag, Lag, Lag. Everywhere. Unusable for VR gaming.

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