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    • Author: b4sti
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  • This is a VR version of Bally's singular Safe Cracker. I have repositioned and scaled all the lights of the backglass, build doors and chrome bars in Blender, rebuild some of the cabinet arts from pictures and added a topglass and reflections on it. I build an unobtrusive room to keep focus on the amazing vpx-build.

    I hope you enjoy it.

     

    Special keys:

    • Left magnasave will toggle Topglass on/off.
    • Right magnasave will toggle DMD size/position.

     

    Credits go to:

    • VPX by flupper1, fuzzel, rothbauerw
    • Contributors: acronovum, hauntfreaks
    • VP9 Authors: ICPjuggla, OldSkoolGamer and Herweh
    • Code snippets from Destruk, JPSalas, and Unclewilly

    Version 1.1

    • less tableglass reflection intensity

    Version 1.0

    • initial release
    • This topic has 8 replies, 6 voices, and was last updated 1 month ago by Rawd.
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    • #182629 Report
      b4sti
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      @b4sti

      This is a VR version of Bally's singular Safe Cracker. I have repositioned and scaled all the lights of the backglass, build doors and chrome bars in Blender, rebuild some of the cabinet arts from pictures and added a topglass and reflections on it. I build an unobtrusive room to keep focus on the amazing vpx-build.

      I hope you enjoy it.

       

      Special keys:

      • Left magnasave will toggle Topglass on/off.
      • Right magnasave will toggle DMD size/position.

       

      Credits go to:

      • VPX by flupper1, fuzzel, rothbauerw
      • Contributors: acronovum, hauntfreaks
      • VP9 Authors: ICPjuggla, OldSkoolGamer and Herweh
      • Code snippets from Destruk, JPSalas, and Unclewilly

      #182631 Report
      b4sti
      Participant
      @b4sti

      Since this is my first VRROOM, I ask for suggestions for improvement.

      1 user thanked author for this post.
      #182665 Report
      The Loafer
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      @theloafer
      Member

      Many thanks, I will be testing this out after work today, can’t wait as this is a unique pin that should be interesting with the scale provided by VR.

      #182668 Report
      STAT
      Participant
      @stefanaustria
      MemberContributor

      Haven’t VR but thats “wow”, i love the Table !

      #182874 Report
      Rawd
      Participant
      @rawd

      This is very well done Basti.  Thank you.  I love the shadows and lighting, and the cabinet is put together so well.   I really like this table, and I’m super happy you made it for VPVR.   My only suggestion would be an option to tone down all of the backglass reflection components.  For me, they seem a bit overwhelming.

      #182952 Report
      b4sti
      Participant
      @b4sti

      …My only suggestion would be an option to tone down all of the backglass reflection components. For me, they seem a bit overwhelming.

      Left magnasave will toggle topglass and reflections on/off. I think the devices have different brightness, so its impossible to setup right for any device. I tuned all reflections lights and the backglass light to look perfect in my Quest.

      • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by b4sti.
      • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by b4sti.
      #183526 Report
      Ben Logan2
      Participant
      @benlogan2
      Member

      b2sti, thanks so much for this amazing VPVR room! I really think this may be the best illusion of depth from player POV in VPVR yet. Just beautiful! Would love to see an option to decrease reflection of backbox on playfield glass. I totally want to keep the playfield glass “ON” because it provides such depth. But, I agree that the reflections are a bit too strong. Maybe half that strength (?)

      This is such a gift. Love it!

      #183566 Report
      forbeatn
      Participant
      @forbeatn

      thx for update

      #183681 Report
      Rawd
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      @rawd

      Thanks for the update!

       

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