Support for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive controllers is baked in, and thanks to the object tracking the two cameras are capable of, you can even use your hands to bat away laser fire or make selections from a menu floating in front of your face.
All of this stereoscopic video and depth information is fed through a USB-C connection into the Vive or Rift, at a 720p resolution running at 60 frames-per-second.
In addition, FMCSA requires all entities under its jurisdiction to update their information every two years: US DOT Numbers: To view a company’s current information, go to the SAFER System’s Company Snapshot.
Updates can be done online via the FMCSA online registration system with your US DOT PIN, or by filing an MCS-150 form.
Carrier settings updates can also add support for features like Vo LTE or Wi-Fi Calling.
They can sense user position and depth, so digital graphics can be programmed to interact with real world objects in a way that looks and feels genuine, complete with realistic lighting.
That's not the maximum resolution these headsets are capable of when they're rendering VR worlds, but if apps don't need the high FPS rate then the resolution can be upped to the full 2k.
The attachment also supports a 100-degree field of view and inside-out tracking, which means you don't need the room trackers that come with the Vive and Rift to work out your position in ZED mini-compatible apps – the data coming through the cameras is enough to calculate where you are in the world.
Important note for hard copy registrations: Forms must be received by FMCSA on or before the date your Biennial Update is due to avoid deactivation of your USDOT number and the assessment of civil penalties. Registration forms can also be downloaded here or you can request to have a pre-printed form mailed to you by calling FMCSA Support Services at 1-800-832-5660 (Select option 1 (US DOT number questions), then press zero to speak to an agent).
IEPs are unable to perform an online update at this time.