My favorite area's are OLA06 the Club Sweat TP, running through those plants there is amazing, followed by flying into East Scully Mountain Crater just an awesome feeling of smallness you get, then the Cyclops Depths (the vault) itself it just looks amazing in there. The new Cape Corinth valley ways look pretty cool also along with the new Cape Corinth itself.Amazing
AMazing and amazing
i got mine.....
300$ for a toy and wow i will never see this game the same........
3 D OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG WOW
i still will fiddle with it to make it even better but amazing love it
Yes I had run a few sessions on twitch.tv using the DK2. I ended up using Virtual Desktop for Oculus Rift for software as Deskope had yet to have an update to support the DK2 at the time. Virtual Desktop for OR had very few manual settings to adjust to get working.So I just ordered my DK2 a year later. I was wondering if anyone else is still using the rift to play? If so, were the settings posted for the DK1 or DK2? My will be shipped today, in about 7 hours and counting. I'm like a little kid jumping around and can't wait =)
I can understand it uses a driver to put you in a zoomed in wrapped about 180 degree view. Most demo's I have seen have to have special programming to handle the full 360 degree free motion of moving the head. EU does not have any of that programmed natively you have to change view using the mouse camera angle or in first person mode using the wasd keys. There is no way I have found to change your camara view in first person mode in EU which would allow you to change your view to the side or behind without moving your avatars facing direction.looks like a integration of the game into the Oculus .... as it says \:
vorpX is a 3D driver specifically aimed at VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and supports many DX9-DX11 games.
It converts the displayed image to an output that is suitable for watching a game on the headset, in many cases in stereoscopic 3D.
so tempted to buy buy pretty expensive
My friend has a DK2. I'm hoping we can try EU before Christmas. I'm not expecting raves (although some of the descriptions here are pretty positive!) mainly cause DK1 on other games not designed for Rift was a bit not great I found.Glad to see this is still being actively discussed.
I have not heard of any development being completed for Deskope for DK2 yet, the main programmer commented a couple months ago that he would start looking at it again once he got settled in at school but has not posted anything since that I have found.My friend has a DK2. I'm hoping we can try EU before Christmas. I'm not expecting raves (although some of the descriptions here are pretty positive!) mainly cause DK1 on other games not designed for Rift was a bit not great I found.
So it sounds like people are still recommending Deskope? Does it support DK2? I didn't seem to find any info on that yet...
Hope people are still following this thread.
Just wait for the consumer version, the DK2 is what it is a DevKit. The Samsung pentile display still shows a lot of screendoor effect and the whole thing is not really a "plug and play"I'm interested to know if it is worth picking up a DK2 or not right now, irrespective of whether it can be made to work with Entropia Universe, does it work well?
Meh too late, bought oneJust wait for the consumer version, the DK2 is what it is a DevKit. The Samsung pentile display still shows a lot of screendoor effect and the whole thing is not really a "plug and play"
Even the lenses are so fragile, that it's basically impossible not to scratch them, so really a very fragile piece of HW.
Just Google how to set up skyrim on vive or grand theft auto and follow those instructions but for eu.Digging up an old thread, I know, but since the days of DK2's etc, we now have full consumer versions of both Oculus and HTC's Vive.
I see that MA made an announcement some time ago saying they will integrate with VR, but let's just assume for a moment, that MA say things like that a lot and don't actually act on it... has anyone tried using Entropia on their VR units.
i have a Vive, so would be interested if anyone has a clue how to run entropia through it...
That sounds sensible. Will give it a go - spent ages configuring a controller so I don't need a keyboard or mouse, so ready for everything to work in theory... as long as no one tries speaking to me because I can't type back that isJust Google how to set up skyrim on vive or grand theft auto and follow those instructions but for eu.