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This reminds me...why Isn't Snowcrash a mini-series again?
added on the 2017-01-06 22:50:17 by Deus Deus
is there another solution than "Open VR" to code something throught OpenGL for VR ?
added on the 2017-01-21 08:42:34 by Barti Barti
There is a-frame. This is a framework to make vr apps. https://aframe.io/
added on the 2017-01-21 10:48:14 by Dahan Dahan
if we're dropping names http://vizor.io/
added on the 2017-01-21 22:01:46 by psenough psenough
WebVR on desktop is not quite there yet, experimental browser builds are quite instable and buggy, currently the plan is to bring (stable) WebVR to mobile first(Cardboard, GearVR) then focus on desktop. If you want to do "high-end"(Oculus/Vive) VR you're better off grabbing some OpenGL/DirectX VR boilerplate from GitHub and code ahead, for now.
added on the 2017-01-21 22:30:15 by LJ LJ
Oculus Touch and loving it
oculus, vive and windows mr here. the mr is actually pretty good.

if we're dropping links cough (made with this)
added on the 2018-02-28 15:24:22 by smash smash
@smash Phantom lost was very nice! I only got to see the youtube 360 version though.

When will you guys add a WebAssembly export to notch and show Unity/Unreal how its done?
I presume WebGL2 (OpenGL ES 3.0) is not good enough...?
added on the 2018-03-02 00:52:25 by mrdoob mrdoob
Oculus, Vive and WinMR here too.
If we're dropping links *cough*cough*
(Oh, btw yeah: I'm still alive.)
added on the 2018-03-02 23:34:21 by skan skan
I have an Oculus DK1.
added on the 2018-03-03 00:15:25 by Debvgger Debvgger
If you just want to share 360 photo or illustration, you should try https://panoraven.com/en/share-360-photo , it's free for personal use and don't need to make an account to use it
added on the 2018-08-15 11:01:15 by Guilux Guilux
Sorry, Here is the clickable link https://panoraven.com/en/share-360-photo
added on the 2018-08-15 11:02:26 by Guilux Guilux
got recent oculus but it's still like peeking through a screen mesh compared to the vive
got it because more stable image and i use it with a racing simulator mostly, so not getting sick is a plus
added on the 2018-08-15 11:04:29 by superplek superplek
I've a Oculus Rift CV1 and Samsung Odyssey HMD (imported from the USA, and sadly with a small dead subpixel on the right panel for the right eye, but it's still a good test device for me, at least, as long as I don't consciously pay attention to the dead subpixel).

And I've ported also the OpenVR API headers to Object-Pascal and did also a small test example project with it:

https://blog.rosseaux.net/post/9c08e1e139896448036cc9f035e6a8ac/New_side-project _PasOpenVR_-_OpenVR-based_Virtual_Reality_with_Object_Pascal

and

https://blog.rosseaux.net/post/89ca913171c75d245a29d643f100f778/Hand_controller_ tracking_at_my_PasOpenVR_project_is_also_working_now

But I haven't done any more further stuff concerning VR yet so far, but I will maybe do some more things concerning VR in the future.
added on the 2018-08-15 16:23:50 by BeRo BeRo
I have that the Lenovo Windows Mixed Reality headset and I like it. It was the cheapest I could find (bought it used in ebay us, got it shipped here, still ended up at around €250). I think VR still needs 2 or 3 gens to be "there", but it's a nice toy to play with, and coding a spinning triangle that almost feels like you can touch it feels really good.
added on the 2018-08-16 00:31:45 by xernobyl xernobyl

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