VRMark Announced

You can test VR performance, latency and accuracy
Futuremark sent out a press release announcing a VR benchmark that uses a combination of software and hardware to measure performance, latency, and accuracy. Designed primarily for manufacturers, analysts and press, the VRMark benchmark will test a system's ability to deliver high quality virtual reality experiences for a range of content types from photos and video to games and simulations.
With development under way, Futuremark is inviting VR system manufacturers to join its Benchmark Development Program. BDP members will have exclusive access to VRMark throughout its development, gaining a deep understanding of its workloads, right down to the source code. Using a development process that's been government-vetted for neutrality, members can provide input to Futuremark at every stage from specification to public release. Companies creating VR hardware and software, and others with an interest in VR system performance, are invited to apply for VRMark BDP membership today on this page.