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"Late Start" on CPU graph with Vive Wireless Adapter


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The wireless adapter compresses the output image from the GPU and then decompresses it after transmission. Even though the resolution it is working with is the same, the added detail from supersampling exceeds its processing ability to compress in a timely manner. If this or some variation of this was not the case, the wireless adapter would not have issues with supersampling.

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The wireless adapter compresses the output image from the GPU and then decompresses it after transmission. Even though the resolution it is working with is the same, the added detail from supersampling exceeds its processing ability to compress in a timely manner. If this or some variation of this was not the case, the wireless adapter would not have issues with supersampling.

The output image is the same size no matter of supersampling. HMD receive image that the same size no matter of supersampling and no metter it's used wired or wireless connection. Because supersampling proccess happening before image passes to HMD (and wireless adapter).  The result of this process is image with size of HMD screens. 

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