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  • VR version of the incredible Tron Legacy table made by g5k & DJRobX.

    I created a custom VR Room, based on the excellent VR Clean Room made by 3rdaxis.

    Credits go to:

    - g5k & DJRobX for their incredible table

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

    - Stuzza for sharing his cabinet art

    - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

    I will be using my new template for more VR tables in the near future, so keep a close eye out for more releases :).

    VR is going to be the future of visual pinball :).

     

     

     

    Ensure your VPVR installation is working.

    V1.1:

    - Added light to the posters. the outsides of the cabinets

    - Changed some of the metal materials to prevent unwanted noise in VR viewing

    - Extended the internal side blades to have a better fit

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    • #154994
      senseless
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      @senseless
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      VR version of the incredible Tron Legacy table made by g5k & DJRobX.

      I created a custom VR Room, based on the excellent VR Clean Room made by 3rdaxis.

      Credits go to:

      - g5k & DJRobX for their incredible table

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

      - Stuzza for sharing his cabinet art

      - Caligula for bringing us VPX VR via VPVR!

      I will be using my new template for more VR tables in the near future, so keep a close eye out for more releases :).

      VR is going to be the future of visual pinball :).

       

       

       

      #155003
      TinyBlackDog
      Participant
      @dbknightx

      Thanks for creating this – I look forward to trying it out tomorrow and am glad to see more VR friendly tables like this.  Can’t wait to see what else you have in store!

      Oh, and I totally agree that VR is the future of Visual Pinball!

      #155023
      senseless
      Participant
      @senseless
      Member

      I will be posting a new table at least every week for the coming months so keep an eye out :).

      #155026
      Rajo Joey
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      @joey2001
      Member

      I just get my Oculus Quest and will dive in VR. I don’t know, how to do. :scratch:

      I think, I have a lot to read. :whistle: :mail:

      #155028
      senseless
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      @senseless
      Member

      Start here :). Post by Bram1982 on page 25…

      https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?showtopic=38417&hl=flasher&page=25

      Advice is to read the whole thread. I have a separate PC next to my pincab and integrated VPVR in the same directory as VPX but advice is to install VPVR next to your normal VPX installation.

       

       

       

      #155037
      gear323
      Participant
      @gear323

      In my opinion, once you play in VR, you will not want to play digital pinball any other way.   I sold my three screen cabinet and so glad I did.  I now have a PinSim and only play in VR.

      I don’t think it really makes sense to build cabinets with flat screen monitors anymore.   However, if you already have one you can just use it with VR and you are all set.   If you cabinet has SSF and or DOF even better!  If you don’t have a cab yet, just build a Pinsim.

       

      #155068
      TinyBlackDog
      Participant
      @dbknightx

      I just tried this out and WOW it is AMAZING!  You did a fantastic job and I can’t wait to see what other tables you will be sharing with us!

      I especially love the ultra large DMD display (reminds me of the AFM/MM/MB remakes with their XL displays).  And the blue display tint which I assume is baked into the table, since I don’t have color turned on for this ROM in PinMame.

      Only thing I’m going to tweak is the table sounds (especially flippers) – they seem to echo and have a high pitch, not sure if intended or if that is some issue on my end.

      Anyway thanks again – love this table and you’ve made it shine in VR!

      p.s. Gear323 above is correct.  Once you go VR a standard cab will never work for you again.

      #155069
      senseless
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      @senseless
      Member

      Sounds are default. I agree they are a bit high pitched, but I will not mod any tables, other than to fix some lighting issues and/or height issues with some objects in VR.

      #155130
      JR
      Participant
      @jfr1
      Member

      I am certain that when I experience this, it is going to be mind blowing.  When I first read about Adrift, I knew I had to do virtual at some point.  ..but still have yet to.  This has to be visual amazement.  Until then, the amazement I’ve been blown away with over the past year, is having people experience my physical vp cab for the first time and watch as their minds wrap around what they’re seeing/feeling.  Legs get slid, beers get spilled, tilt bob bob’s and my cat jumps on the glass and chases balls.

      Thanks for pushing this amazing ‘hobby’ forward.  I’ll catch up.  maybe

      #156805
      Witnee
      Participant
      @witnee

      I’ve had an Oculus quest for a couple months now. I built a bluetooth Pinsim (pinstubby) to play Pinball FX2.

      I need to build a PC from the ground up to support VR. I haven’t seen a video as yet that impressed me enough to take the plunge. The videos all show a tour of the table but when the ball is in motion they usually look pretty bad! Am I wrong about that?

      #156948
      senseless
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      @senseless
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      These are just FB video’s and are all converted by our friend SUCKerberg. So they could look less than in real life ;).

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