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# 217849 15-Jul-2017 10:17
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Hi guys, I've recently started with a cool company that's doing some really interesting things around remote desktop. Our current product is a desktop and game streaming app. I just tested 240hz remote desktop streaming with a 1000 fps camera to show we offer what I believe to be the world's fastest tech. Read more about my article here

https://blog.parsec.tv/parsec-game-streaming-total-latency-at-240-frames-per-second-c0818cc0daa5 


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Uber Geek


  # 1822775 15-Jul-2017 10:19
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And our product is lan and wan capable as it uses UDP hole punching to get through NAT. I've demonstrated 120hz streaming from AWS Sydney to my home in Auckland

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  # 1843669 10-Aug-2017 16:54
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looks cool, do you have any demo version for us to have a try? how is it comparing with the built-in streaming function in Blizzard and Steam? 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1843688 10-Aug-2017 17:29
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was reading about that not long ago on HN where people use the GPU instances on AWS to "game-per-hour'

 

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14767682

 

 







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  # 1843697 10-Aug-2017 17:53
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Arris:

 

looks cool, do you have any demo version for us to have a try? how is it comparing with the built-in streaming function in Blizzard and Steam? 

 

 

It's free, so no demo needed :)

 

Here's us vs steam in home streaming 

 

Over internet

 

https://blog.parsec.tv/parsec-streaming-versus-steam-in-home-streaming-over-the-internet-cloud-gaming-a7063b9cb92d

 

Over Local Network

 

https://blog.parsec.tv/steam-in-home-streaming-latency-test-versus-parsec-7884144b29f1




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  # 1843703 10-Aug-2017 18:20
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fizzychicken:

was reading about that not long ago on HN where people use the GPU instances on AWS to "game-per-hour'


https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14767682


 



Yea man we let you start a VM in Sydney and game on it right from our website.

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  # 1843708 10-Aug-2017 18:34
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How bad is the compression on it tho? I find the steambox and PS streaming to the PSTV to be horrid with compression, anything approaching a wire-frame like appearance becomes a mess of haze around lines etc.





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