As a holiday launch of a Windows VR headsets nears, Microsoft has published a new set of complement mandate and an app permitting we to see if your PC will be prepared for a company’s “Mixed Reality” platform.
A while back, a pre-release chronicle of Windows specified some impressively low smallest specifications for Microsoft’s “Mixed Reality” platform (at a time called “Windows Holographic”). Though a association is indeed targeting support for a extended operation of comparatively low-end computers (even those with integrated graphics) a newly published smallest spec raises a bar a bit, and also clarifies the requirements for ‘Mixed Reality Ultra’ PCs, that will run Windows VR headsets during modernise rates and with improved graphics. Here’s a demeanour during Microsoft’s latest Mixed Reality specifications (which they note are theme to change):
The new consumer Windows Mixed Reality spec is published here, and comes with a bunch of excellent print.
For developers building for a Windows Mixed Reality platform, Microsoft recommends a aloft set of specifications.
Check to See If Your PC is Ready for Windows Mixed Reality
If we wish to know either or not your mechanism creates a grade, Microsoft has handily published a new focus that will tell we only that. The ‘Windows Mixed Reality PC Check’ app is accessible on a Windows store, and will check your hardware opposite a Mixed Reality specifications.
Update (8/28/17): Microsoft seems to have pulled a Windows Mixed Reality PC Check app from a Windows store for now. It will expected lapse closer to a launch of a Windows VR headsets.
Even if your mechanism meets a specs, a app is expected to trigger a ‘Can’t run churned reality’ summary since a height relies on a arriving Windows 10 Fall Creators Update that hasn’t nonetheless been released.