DisplayPort 2.0 with Support of Dual 4K VR @120Hz for 8K UHD VR Porn!

Remember when not too long ago we have told you about something presumably game-changing for HD VR porn videos called the VirtualLink? The consortium, which included companies like NVIDIA, AMD, Valve, Oculus and Microsoft, has developed a new, open standard of connectivity being an alternative USB-C mode that can simultaneously handle up to four fast DisplayPort HBR3 lines. The solution was supposed to provide a USB 3.1 data exchange channel for cameras and sensors as well as the energy needed to power goggles (up to 27 Watts of power). VirtualLink was created to replace many wires with a single, lightweight cable, simplifying the set-up process and significantly shortening the configuration of VR headsets – which on its own could give us all a lot of convenience for VR porn movies’ watching – but not only that: as it was also meant to give us a significant boost in terms of quality of your favorite virtual reality porn experiences.

Only few days ago, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has officially released DisplayPort 2.0, representing the first major update to the audio/video standard since the entrance of DisplayPort 1.4 back in March 2016. DisplayPort 2.0 is said to provide up to a 300% increase in data bandwidth performance compared to the previous version – which is a HUGE spike in terms of VR porn scenes’ quality. Some of the features include support for greater-than-8K resolutions on standard monitors, higher refresh rates and high dynamic range (HDR) support at higher resolutions, improved support for multiple display configurations, and support for “4K-and-beyond” VR resolutions – which is the part that we find extremely interesting, as we are releasing our VR porn videos in 6K ultra high definition for a while now, and we plan on shooting them in 8K ultra HD in the future. Until now, the problem with production of such 8K UHD VR porn videos was not mainly on the creation side, but we did not have any technology capable of displaying such 8K ultra high definition virtual reality porn experiences. Yet, it seems that it might all be a subject to change…

The association maintains in a press statement that the advantages of DP 2.0 will be available across both the native DP connector (backwards compatible) as well as the USB Type-C connector, which carries the DP audio/video signal through DisplayPort Alt Mode.

VESA mentions that through the DP Alt Mode, DisplayPort 2.0 has the ability to provide data transmission for two 4,096 × 4,096 VR/AR displays running at 120Hz and 30 bits per pixel (bpp) and 4:4:4 HDR with Display Steam Compression. This means that this new solution could smoothly run some 8K (2x 4K UHD) VR porn movies at stunning 120Hz! The VirtualLink connector, a VR standard created by a consortium of industry players mentioned above, on its own was released last year, and includes everything you need to connect the next generation of VR headsets to your GPU with a single, thin cable – support for four lanes of HBR3 DisplayPort for high-resolution displays, USB 3.1 Gen2 (SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps) for VR goggles’ cameras and sensors, and up to 27 Watts of power delivery.

NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX cards include hardware support for the VirtualLink connector, although it’s yet to become a universal feature on the newest headsets currently available, including Valve Index, Oculus Rift S, and the HTC Vive Cosmos. Adapter dongles are available, but we’ve yet to see a VR headset that directly makes use of the connector. Since VirtualLink is based on DP 1.4, it’s possible we’ll hear about a commensurate ‘2.0 bump’ in ability soon from the consortium themselves.

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