A quick look at Wipeout Omega on the PSVR

When Wipeout Omega collection (Wipeout 2048, Wipeout HD and HD Fury) was launched, there was a promise to release a PSVR patch later on.

Well this week saw that patch, and what a patch, aside from downgrading the anti-aliasing to zero, the PSVR version is a like for like copy of the non-VR version.

During the making of this video, I also learned a new trick, smooth speed up/slow downs.

Enjoy

Finally some good weather and Telemetry data

The last good day was way back in January, and while I did go for a ride, it was just to discharge the battery for the upcoming cold months, I didn’t want it sat there with a full charge, after all, that kills Lithium Ion batteries fast!

I’ve also got a new camera, a Garmin Virb X, this records 1080p and GPS data from a ride, so I can now show you my speed, distance, pitch, roll, g-force, gradient and a whole hell of a lot more.

The layout I’ve used is…

  1. Bottom left = Distance traveled
  2. Middle = Pace in minutes per mile
  3. Time taken
  4. And oviously speed

The camera is not the best, the video is captured at 1080P, but it’s very poor quality and suffers from a lot of compression, then the video editor compresses it further and finally youtube does it’s thing too, so the final output is crap compared to a gopro. But at least I now have telemetry data to show you. Personally I’d have gone for the Virb X Ultra 4K, but that was too rich for my blood. Though I might get a Hero 5 Session and use that video instead. To save on youtube’s compression I’ve uploaded it locally.

Youtube Red SCAM Warning

I’ve just received an email from Apple (I think not!) that’s telling me I’ve subscribed to Youtube Red (a streaming music and TV service from Google), and it’s going to cost me $14.99 per month.

 

There are 2 immediate problems with this,

  1.  Youtube Red is not available in the UK
  2. I hadn’t even heard of YT red until today, so I certainly wouldn’t have subscribed.

Clicking on the UNSUBSCRIBE link takes you to a very well done but FAKE apple service page. This page then prompts you to enter your apple ID and password. DO NOT DO THIS THIS IS A SCAM!

As you can see from the URL’s, it’s a complete fake, Apple always links to apple.com or subdomain’s like sign-in.apple.com or something similar.

It’s a well done fake, but a complete fake and they’re after your details to access your account. Don’t fall into this trap!