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SteamVR Motion Smoothing Reduces Lag on Lower-End PCs

Valve just introduced a new SteamVR feature called Motion Smoothing that makes VR games work better with less lag on low-end PCs. When it kicks in, the app essentially renders one out of every two frames, 'dramatically lowering the performance requirements.'

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