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    • Author: senseless
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  • VR version of the incredible T2 by nFozzy.

    There are many T2 versions made for VPX and this one is my personal favourite. nFozzy really nailed the physics and the table plays excellent.

    I created a grim looking VR world for this table and I hope you like it. Don't forget to use the available color rom if you are into these kind of things :).

    Credits go to:

    - nFozzy for his incredible table (v1.1.2a)

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

    - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

    - Malenko for his coloring of T2

    Keep a close eye out for more releases, VR is going to be the future of visual pinball :).

    Make sure your VPVR installation is working.

    Tip for using the color rom feature: Enable external DMD and the color option via vpinmame. Secondly load VPVR without the CAPTURE EXTERNAL DMD option, then load a table, then play it, then exit it and check the external, and hit play again. Works every times, without crash, but you have to uncheck it again when you exit VPVR.

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    • #156959
      senseless
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      @senseless
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      VR version of the incredible T2 by nFozzy.

      There are many T2 versions made for VPX and this one is my personal favourite. nFozzy really nailed the physics and the table plays excellent.

      I created a grim looking VR world for this table and I hope you like it. Don't forget to use the available color rom if you are into these kind of things :).

      Credits go to:

      - nFozzy for his incredible table (v1.1.2a)

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

      - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

      - Malenko for his coloring of T2

      Keep a close eye out for more releases, VR is going to be the future of visual pinball :).

      7 users thanked author for this post.
      #156992
      Game modder
      Participant
      @gamemodder

      could you make it with this 5k version? It would look amazing.

      https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CuNat8_aImDbS1XRjwtZOR2TT8JHt34x

      #156993
      senseless
      Participant
      @senseless
      Member

      And this one is not :)? Thanks for your great comments on my efforts :).

       

      #157004
      Game modder
      Participant
      @gamemodder

      I’m so sorry. I didn’t mean that. I love what you did. I am so very sorry.

      #157006
      senseless
      Participant
      @senseless
      Member

      No worries, both tables are great but wanted to do the nFozzy as a request. Just enjoy :).

      #157026
      Pattyg234
      Participant
      @pattyg

      Great table love the room i was wondering how you get the backglass with the dmd overlay like that i am playing around with the vr clean room and not to sure how you are doing this same with the color dmd thanks love your work

      #157051
      gear323
      Participant
      @gear323

      Hey senseless, Awesome job on this.  While there are multiple great versions of this table, I also like this one the best.   Your VR room on this one is especially nice.   Thanks for sharing this with us all!

       

      #157062
      The Loafer
      Participant
      @theloafer
      Member

      I love G5K tables but I also prefer slightly this version.  Not a slight on G5K or any other authors, I think the flippers are just tuned to how they play.  Plus it has (if I recall) that awesome T800 head movement when hit AND it also has some neat GI effects via the magna saves.

       

      Maybe someday someone will make the other T2’s available into a VR Room version. As it is, I appreciate what you’ve done and will be testing this out tomorrow.

      #157089
      senseless
      Participant
      @senseless
      Member

      @Pattyg234:

      The color rom display is an option you can use if there is a color rom version available. Make sure the color rom is working outside VPVR. You can check this by installing Freezy’s dmdext (ver 1.7.1) and enable the external dmd and color option via the settings in vpinmame. You can also bring the settings screen up during gameplay (press F1).

      If the color rom is working the ONLY thing you have to do is to enable the “capture external dmd” option via the settings under Preferences/Key Nudge and DOF. Very IMPORTANT: only enable this after you have ran 1 table without this setting. Exit the table and then enable te option. If you do not follow this process VPVR will crash.

      Also make sure you disable this setting again after your done with playing, to ensure the next time you start a table VPVR will not crash on you.

      The backglass option I use is fairly easy to do, but looks great (imho). The standerd Clean Room template includes also elements for spreakers, the dmd panel etc. I do not use these. I just extend the dmd backglass element to cover the whole backbox and project the image of the backglass with grill on this.

       

      #157118
      Pattyg234
      Participant
      @pattyg

      Thanks so much i am going to try this out

      #157123
      Pattyg234
      Participant
      @pattyg

      I hope i am not bothering to much but how do you extend the backglass dmd to fit the backbox thanks

      #157125
      senseless
      Participant
      @senseless
      Member

      You have to change the dimensions of the primitive. It’s called Primary_backglass and you probably need to change the Z value to 4.1 or something similar. I included a screenshot.

      You can select an element (the mentioned primitive) via Edit/Select Element.

      Good luck :).

       

       

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      #157139
      Pattyg234
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      @pattyg

      thanks so much for your help

      #159643
      Jon Osborne
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      @jonosborne

      Awesome!

      #165316
      Treebeard
      Participant
      @treebeard

      Thanks for the great tables in VR!  I am a newbie, and I have my Quest working, got the table to come up, but it is behind me, not in front.  If I move, then I can see the table but not touch my keyboard and thus cannot play.  Can you direct me to a post or process of moving the table in VR without physically moving?  Thanks!

       

      #165574
      senseless
      Participant
      @senseless
      Member

      When running a table via vpvr you can use your numpad to:

      0 – reset the view

      2 an8 lower and higher the table

      Try to reset the view. In addition check your vr settings in vpvr how your initial position is defined.

       

      #168628
      waltiti
      Participant
      @waltiti

      Thanks, When the cannon is load, and the canon moves down to shoot if you don’t shoot the balls fall.

      It’s only me???

      Thanks

      waltiti

      #178042
      valki25
      Participant
      @valki25

      Hello,

      Great table, for some reason I only get mechanical sounds, no music…

       

      BRGs

       

      Tony

      #181300
      Swamp7hing
      Participant
      @swamp7hing

      Great table, great job porting it to a vr room! Any way to change the DMD from grey to the classic orange color? Not sure I want to spring for the color dmd just yet.

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