April 6, 2020 at 6:16 pm #170970
Also @benlogan2, on the release version do the inserts light up at all or are they completely dark? They are my favorite thing about this build and it would be a bummer if the insert opacity doesn’t carry over to VR.
I know on an upcoming project Roth added some extra scripting to boost the insert lights for VR.
You need to login in order to like this post: click hereApril 6, 2020 at 7:32 pm #170994Ben Logan2Participant@benlogan2
Thanks so much for the cut and paste code, Bord! Will try it tonight. As far as insert lighting goes, the inserts initially appeared very dimly illuminated, as though a couple of sheets of waxed paper were laying over them. Selecting all insert lights on their layer, and moving them from -11 and -13 to I think -1 and -3 did the trick in VR headset. They look great to my eyes, just like they do in the picture above.
At the risk of sounding like a VR evangelist, Pinbot was my choice for first table to load up in VR when I got the headset a few months ago. I’ll always love the cab experience, but VR is really an outstanding way to appreciate the accuracy and beauty of you authors 3D modeling skills. Much respect!
You need to login in order to like this post: click hereApril 6, 2020 at 7:51 pm #171001The LoaferParticipant@theloaferApril 6, 2020 at 11:14 pm #171025Ben Logan2Participant@benlogan2
Loafer — I can’t thank you enough for making that drive. And thank you, Honey Badger! You must have taken great pictures, because Bord has made everything look so sharp as to suggest he must have had some pro source material.
Bord — Thanks so much for the VR backbox code. Worked perfectly! Best strobing lightshow in VP.
You guys have made my week with this table.
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Can’t wait to fire this up in my cab. Looks amazing as always bord!
Captured that soft nice lightbulb perfectly.
I get the maintenance point of view when it comes to LED But this is the way they looked back in the 80s and it looks so much better IMO.
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Many thanks for this rare gem Bord. It looks really great in the cab!
Also thanks to @theloafer for driving all the way to take pictures (you still owe us the whole story ), and the table owner for providing his real table.
Another important table has been digitally preserved!
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I feel just like a Spoiled kid with all these great recreations, thank you !
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Man really stoked to see this. And DAMN does it look and place nice too. I played a real one of these last year and found it very fun. SO glad we have it in VP. Thanks Bord.
One request. Would you please send me an image of the instruction card. The one I saw in your images is not usable for what I want to do with it.
Keep it up.
My VP Pincab /MAME Arcade Specs: MSI Micro-ATX Z390m MOBO, Core I5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz, 16GB NVRAM, Nvidia 1660 Super,
40" PF Sony gaming LED TV, Dual 23" monitors in the backbox , Pinscape w. expansion board, Full DOF - Full MAME arcade support
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1 user thanked author for this post.April 30, 2020 at 12:46 pm #176534May 9, 2020 at 3:40 pm #178894TerryRedModerator@terryred
Wow…. I missed this.
So beautiful. I can tell right away from a screenshot if it’s a Bord table.
Thank you for this gift.
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