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    • Author: gear323
    • Version: Table version 2.0C - wrd1972 (VRR 1.0)
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    • Updated: January 30, 2020
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  • VR ROOM Funhouse

    This another awesome pinball table. wrd1972 along with others others did an outstanding job recreating it for VPX. In my opinion, in VR it's even better to play and it looks really great!

     

    This VR port just takes their great work and sets it in a room so you can play it with a VR headset. The table itself is not modded other than some slight modifications to make it fit in the cabinet and a little lighting for the room.

    Gameplay Video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PutGgY50bZs&feature=youtu.be

    Credits go to:

    - wrd1972 - For his awesome version 2.0c VPX table that you can also download here on this site.

    *****************************************************************

    Below credits taken from his release page:

     

    ***The very talented FH development team.***

     

    Original VP10 beta by "Shoopity" and completed by "wrd1972"

     

    Original content borrowed from "JPsalas"

     

    VP9 table Additional scripting by "cyberpez", "rothbauerw", "32assassin"

     

    Plastics prims by "cyberpez"

     

    Playfield toy, marble ball and faceless Rudy mods by"Cyberpez"

     

    Creepy Rudy artwork by "Rothbauerw"

     

    Clear ramps by "dark"

     

    Wire ramps by "ninuzzu"

     

    Subway by "ninuzzu"

     

    Rudy face prims by "vanlion"

     

    Mystery mirror by "cyberpez"

     

    PF lighting by "wrd1972"

     

    Flashers and bulbs by "wrd1972"

     

    Physics by "wrd1972"

     

    PF image refresh by "clarkkent"

     

    DT view scoring reels and background by "32assissin"

     

    DOF by "arngrim"

     

    Flasher domes by "flupper"

     

    PF inserts prims by Schreibi34

     

    *******************************************************************

    As for the VR conversion, special thanks to:

     

    - 3rdaxis for sharing his great VR work and the template for creating a VR Room.

     

    - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

     

    - Blindpeser for assisting with the DMD flasher and config options.

     

    - DJrobX for providing the flasher score option to the table as well as working out some issues with flashers on the new VR cabinet.

     

    - And VPX and PinMame Dev Teams!

     

     

    A working installation of VPX VR.  No need for Freezy or for the external DMD capture feature in VPX VR as the DMD is built into the table.

    If you are just curious about what this looks like in VR you can watch this video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PutGgY50bZs&feature=youtu.be

     

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    • #161295
      gear323
      Participant
      @gear323

      VR ROOM Funhouse

      This another awesome pinball table. wrd1972 along with others others did an outstanding job recreating it for VPX. In my opinion, in VR it's even better to play and it looks really great!

       

      This VR port just takes their great work and sets it in a room so you can play it with a VR headset. The table itself is not modded other than some slight modifications to make it fit in the cabinet and a little lighting for the room.

      Gameplay Video:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PutGgY50bZs&feature=youtu.be

      Credits go to:

      - wrd1972 - For his awesome version 2.0c VPX table that you can also download here on this site.

      *****************************************************************

      Below credits taken from his release page:

       

      ***The very talented FH development team.***

       

      Original VP10 beta by "Shoopity" and completed by "wrd1972"

       

      Original content borrowed from "JPsalas"

       

      VP9 table Additional scripting by "cyberpez", "rothbauerw", "32assassin"

       

      Plastics prims by "cyberpez"

       

      Playfield toy, marble ball and faceless Rudy mods by"Cyberpez"

       

      Creepy Rudy artwork by "Rothbauerw"

       

      Clear ramps by "dark"

       

      Wire ramps by "ninuzzu"

       

      Subway by "ninuzzu"

       

      Rudy face prims by "vanlion"

       

      Mystery mirror by "cyberpez"

       

      PF lighting by "wrd1972"

       

      Flashers and bulbs by "wrd1972"

       

      Physics by "wrd1972"

       

      PF image refresh by "clarkkent"

       

      DT view scoring reels and background by "32assissin"

       

      DOF by "arngrim"

       

      Flasher domes by "flupper"

       

      PF inserts prims by Schreibi34

       

      *******************************************************************

      As for the VR conversion, special thanks to:

       

      - 3rdaxis for sharing his great VR work and the template for creating a VR Room.

       

      - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

       

      - Blindpeser for assisting with the DMD flasher and config options.

       

      - DJrobX for providing the flasher score option to the table as well as working out some issues with flashers on the new VR cabinet.

       

      - And VPX and PinMame Dev Teams!

       

       

      9 users thanked author for this post.
      #161299
      Jerware
      Participant
      @jerware

      Thanks, Buck-O!!

      #161303
      Ben Logan2
      Participant
      @benlogan2
      Member

      Grab yourself a hotdog! You and senseless are making some great rooms. Can’t wait to get them up and running. We own a Funhouse, and wrd’s is startlingly close to the real thing!

      #161314
      Dark
      Participant
      @dark
      vipMemberContributor

      Man VP needs better anti-aliasing, looks great but the jaggies on the wire ramp, yikes.

      3dcreation

      #161339
      gear323
      Participant
      @gear323

      Man VP needs better anti-aliasing, looks great but the jaggies on the wire ramp, yikes.

      Hey Dark,

      Have you tried this in VR or are you just going by the Screenshot?
      The screenshot is far back so that you can see the entire table since it is VR.  When actually playing it looks much better since you are closer to the table.

      Here is a closer screenshot that shows more of what it looks like when playing in VR

      View post on imgur.com

       

      #161340
      gear323
      Participant
      @gear323

      Man VP needs better anti-aliasing, looks great but the jaggies on the wire ramp, yikes.

      Here is a super close screenshot with the VR headset sitting just under the glass. (Click the white box below if you can’t see the preview here)

      View post on imgur.com

      • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago by gear323.
      • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago by gear323.
      #161348
      Dark
      Participant
      @dark
      vipMemberContributor

      Yeah I’m going off the screen shot as well as what I’ve observed in standard vpx.  Depending on the angle of a wireform, they often suffer the most from anti-aliasing (or lack or).  Brute-force x4 anti-aliasing in vp will fix most of that but it’s really harsh on performance.

      Yeah it looks better in the screen grabs you posted but distant elements even in those screen shots don’t look very sharp.

      3dcreation

      • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago by Dark.
      • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago by Dark.
      #161677
      yrplace18
      Participant
      @yrplace18

      Having a problem with all versions of Funhouse where the backless image fills only a quarter of the screen.

      Have tried diff back glasses and versions and they all look the same. Can someone tell me how  resize the glass image? I’ve looked on the forums without success . Thanks

      #161695
      The Loafer
      Participant
      @theloafer
      Member

      Having a problem with all versions of Funhouse where the backless image fills only a quarter of the screen.

      Have tried diff back glasses and versions and they all look the same. Can someone tell me how resize the glass image? I’ve looked on the forums without success . Thanks

      You would have to post this in the relevant release thread. This thread is for the VR room version which doesn’t deal with a db2s

       

      edit: have you messed with your windows scale settings by any chance?  Are all other tables backglasses working oK?

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by The Loafer.
      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by The Loafer.
      #161698
      yrplace18
      Participant
      @yrplace18

      all other glasses look fine…where do I find the scale settings for this glass ?

      #161702
      The Loafer
      Participant
      @theloafer
      Member

      I am talking about windows scaling, select your backglass monitor first then see screenshot “scale and layout” this should show 100% .

      windows 10 scaling

      Please continue this thread in it’s own, this has nothing to do with VPVR-VR Room funhouse

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by The Loafer.
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