I didn't know this was available. I'm sure it's great for a lot of
things but all I can think about is using it to slew the gun in a combat
heli sim to wherever you look.
This might be a good poor man's Elite Dangerous.Seems they are remaking
"SOL:Exodus" and calling it "Exodus of
SOL".http://store.steampowered.com/app/282620/The developers have rift
kits and seem likely to add VR support. The early access on Steam is...
Great idea. It still seems a little expensive, but I might start saving
pizza boxes for a DIY version. Maybe someday an AR version with just
markers printed on it so you can easily change the look and flick
Been waiting years for Doc Holloway to finish up with something I could
buy but it costs a little more than I was hoping it would.Cloud-Flyer
This works really well. I only tested Sniper Elite V2 on it for a few
minutes but it's going to work great for all the games.Sorry if this is
old news, someone else must of done this by now.Other hardware and
software will work too but this is what I...
All the possibilities are exciting.Have you looked into if FlyInside,
with the leap motion support, doing what you want? Not sure it's the
best for simulating combat
I think it is possible and great. I like to think of it as Augmented
Virtual Reality. You've probably seen these videos already. I bet they'd
look nice with a higher FOV
Thanks for posting this. I had forgotten about this video. I have been
thinking of how to mount a modified "Nexulous Thrift" cardboard to my
head with the Nexus 7 and Wearality Sky lenses. It's not going to be as
big or quite as heavy as the one in t...