USB has been around for around two decades and we’ve been using it, it’s an innovation we regularly underestimate, partially until something turns out badly. The powerful USB port has verified itself an essential innovation in processing, one that has developed and perfected after certain time in different ways (speed and shape, for the most part).
But be completely sincere, we’re not even using it. All we do is switched to a connector, receiver or game controller, then unconnected it and be our way.
But time has changed with regards to virtual reality.
That doesn’t occur all the time, however in the event that you’re attempting to design room-scale VR with your Rift headset, you may keep running into some data transfer capacity challenges.
Oculus clarifies why that is the situation and how to keep away from them. When you combine three Oculus sensors, there’s a lot of data going and coming, you can keep running into issues when they attempt to send a large number of material than the USB controller can deal with.
That is the reason we suggest just combining two sensors in USB 3.0 and interfacing the third sensor in USB 2.0 mode.”