Setting up your VR gaming experience should be as simple as 1, 2, 3!
Just follow the steps below to get started.
If you face any difficulties while setting up or running the CLOVR app,
refer to these troubleshooting steps or contact our support team here.
For best results, you will need to adjust the quality settings to match your setup. Here are some suggestions:
If your problems still persist, feel free to contact our support team here.
1. What was the reason behind the name CLOVR?
To be completely honest, we chose CLOVR because it sounded really cool and it had the letters “VR” within it. We started with the concept of the lucky four-leaf clover, which had close ties to gaming. But more importantly, our goal was to really transport our users into what we call the fourth dimension of VR gaming.
2. Does CLOVR support Steam VR games?
Currently, CLOVR is focused on allowing users to experience existing non-VR games in virtual reality. For games created with VR in mind, this is something CLOVR is looking to integrate in the near future.
3. Does CLOVR support Google Cardboard?
Yes. In fact, CLOVR supports most VR headsets in the market right now, as long as the headset uses a mobile display. Headsets that have built-in displays such as Oculus Rift are not currently supported with CLOVR.
4. What is the output latency?
16 milliseconds, which is about 60FPS with FHD mode running under recommended hardware specification. This means you’ll be able to enjoy smooth gameplay with little to no lag.
5. Is there any difference between using WiFi and tethered connection?
CLOVR was made with users’ experience in mind, which is why we always suggest going wireless when VR gaming. In fact, if you are using a 5Ghz band on WiFi connection, there will no performance difference compared to a tetherd connection.
If you have any other queries, feel free to contact us here.