Lets start this thread off with a bang!
I thought it was about time I converted over the original files for Hayden Paddon's i20 AP4 for the NZRC that I originally designed for him (with the help of a friend who specialises in DiRT) along with the mod I am working on to change wales a bit
Next is the Stratos of Steve Perez which I am bringing to DiRT since nobody has done so already
Finally, I am currently trying to sort out the ideal setup for recording my Oculus DK2, so heres a video of the test in action
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metalshredder7's DiRTy Antics
Those Stratos captures are speaking 'rally' so much. I don't know if it is the way you have caught the car in action or if it's the real world colouring or perhaps both, but those images really shout it out. Most definitely the first Stratos, the angle, track condition and the kick-up by the tyres make for a fantastic all-rounder.
That video too, it was fun to watch but I felt detached at times while watching. Can't really explain why though, think it's just the real movement of the head is hard to feel when viewing a static screen.I'm a bit mental.
Believe it or not I didn't touch anything in the stratos shots I don't think, if anything I made it a touch brighter due to the VR having to have the gamma right down to be playable. My favourite by far is the second shot, if only we had a freecam it would make the game so much more incredible.
I know what you mean re the VR, I've been having issues with the way it gets filmed using Shadowplay so I'm trying to rectify that a little bit.
Just uploaded this so it may be a touch better, even if the sensor was off to the side a little bit.
Nuts! You caught me before I edited, as what I originally said was wrong as that is what you are meant to be feeling.
Haha meant to post this after yours but forgot as was watching The Apprentice and then You're Fired.
I still find myself looking in the wrong area at times because it is your eye-view that moves rather than the screens position, if that makes sense. I notice it a lot when you get some good angle on turns and I am caught looking way to the left or right instead of ahead. Probably just something to get used to.I'm a bit mental.