This post covers technical specifications and considerations for making the most of your virtual simulations. Acadicus provides both VR and non-VR access, and can also be streamed to video conferencing platforms like Zoom, WebEx, Microsoft Teams and others.
VR Mode Hardware
Virtual Reality mode can be access with Oculus Rift, Oculus Rift S. HTC Vive Pro series, Valve Index, and HP Reverb G2.
Oculus Quest 1 and 2 can technically be used when connected to a Rift-compatible windows PC, but please beware they require use of an authentic private Facebook account which is incompatible with most education and enterprise policy.
Check the recommended PC configurations for the VR headset used, however, we recommend including 16 gb memory or more.
Acadicus can also be accessed in Non-VR Windows PC Mode. The minimum recommended specifications are as follows:
- CPU 2~ Ghz (2 cores+), 4 GB RAM, 2 GB video card, DirectX 11, x64 Windows 10.
- Minimum Required (for a single user on a local network): 10Mbps down and 3Mbps up
- Recommended (supports several users on a local network): 100Mbps down and 10Mbps up
- Hardwired ethernet connection required (wifi could work if needed, but isn’t officially supported)
- TCP/UDP must be opened for port 9966, specifically for host 126.96.36.199 and port 8090 open for 188.8.131.52
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