Some people move so fast when they play the virtual reality game Beat saber, a rhythm game that is basically Dance dance revolution with lightsabers, that the developers of Valve have had to issue a solution. People moved so fast that Steam VR could not track their movements, just as they detected them Kotaku.
After collecting the data in Beat saber experts, the Valve developers had to issue a solution to the trackers in Valve's Lighthouse technology that tracks the movement. In the latest change log for Steam VR today, the developers said they had to "Increase the limits of what we thought was humanly possible for the controller's movement".
One developer explained in more detail in the comments that "a properly motivated human being who uses a light enough driver could go faster (3600 degrees / sec!) Than we thought." That's moving your wrist 180 degrees about twenty times in a single second. In other words, superhumanly fast.
Beat saber It gives users a physical workout while they are cutting moving blocks of blue and red with the melody of a particular song. And it's been known as a pretty decent way to do some exercise. But, apparently, trying to get higher scores on the leaderboard or just for personal satisfaction has motivated some humans to move at breakneck speeds.