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    Sixtoe
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    @kiella
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    A VR Room of Dozer and Sheltemke's Indianapolis 500 table from Bally.

    VR stuff by Sixtoe.

    This one needed some crowbarring in with the way the lights were set up, but I got there :)

    #188108
    Jesperpark
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    @jesperpark
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    Man we are so spoiled to get so many quality VR rooms, so quickly.  Thanks so much for the VR room, and Thanks to the original contributors of this table!!

    #188141
    sheltemke
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    @sheltemke
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    Maybe i need a VR equipment already…..

    #188145
    Sixtoe
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    @kiella
    Member

    I originally got a VR headset because I don’t have room for a full sized pinball machine in my front room, I made a small one but there were issues with the noise it made so I thought I’d try this, and as my workstation computer is nice and beefy it just meant buying the headset with no other cost.

    Now to be honest I can’t look back, it’s probably not for everybody but I for one couldn’t go back to “flat” tables :)

    #188184
    Rajo Joey
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    @joey2001
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    Maybe i need a VR equipment already…..

    Certainly! It’s like night and day while playing. It’s hard to get back to 2D. :wacko:

    #188281
    Ben Logan2
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    @benlogan2
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    My cab is literally just a large pin-stubby at this point. One of my kids noticed I hadn’t been using the cab for 2D VPX and grabbed the playfield monitor out of it for his own bedroom gaming rig! No offense to dedicate cab guys. It’s great to have both. But I’m totally spellbound by VPVR.

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