Good news for AMD graphics card users, and that is that the Vireio developers have obtained, courtesy of AMD itself, some graphics cards with which they will be able to improve the operation on this platform.
Although in theory Vireio should work exactly the same on AMD and nVidia graphics, in practice those who play with Radeon have quite a few problems. The reason is simple: Vireio intercepts the shaders of the game and modifies them in real time, once their authors identify those that must be altered, for example when projecting lights, shadows and others. Where is the problem? In that most games use different shaders depending on whether our graphics is based on an AMD or nVidia GPU, and since the creators of Vireio only had nVidia graphics, the game profiles identified only the shaders corresponding to these GPUs. That is why when using those profiles with AMD graphics, all kinds of unwanted effects occur. Fortunately, this is going to change, since AMD continues to show its interest in supporting virtual reality and has sent some graphics cards to the Vireio developers so that they can prepare the profiles of the games on both GPUs.