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X-Plane 11.20vr1 (public beta) is released! After short flight with Cessna 172 - everything seems to be working, scenery is very smooth.

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Ive been awaiting my oculus at Christmas, and was wondering if they would release it at Christmas as a treat! well done laminar! cant wait to try it out


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Have been testing the Private Beta for a while. It has some glitches, but the interaction with the cockpit controles using the default Touch Controls is amazing! It is really an astonishing experience!


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Any guidance on how to activate it? I downloaded the beta. When I put on my googles I get the oculus home screen.

Thanks


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Best part of this is quickly moving around the airport. However, I have Oculus - what is the way to manipulate the switches, buttons, etc.? I get the menu items and accessing them but so far I haven't figured how to manipulate the switches or anything in the cockpit.Neither the trigger or A work except with the small IPAD the trigger does work on there.


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What planes are you using? Try it with the default C172, for example. If you have the Touch Controls, all the knobs/switches are interactable.. 


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Oh ok. I was trying FF 757-300.


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FPS is way worst than FlyInside at comparable settings. Disappointing so far. Best part of it is just wandering around the scenery though. 


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So far no one has even approached Aerofly in their implementation of VR in clarity, FPS, ease of use etc.


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5 hours ago, Colonel X said:

And the quest for 45 FPS is all but ON!!!

I order to get a solid 45 in VR, I have to do 70 without VR. LOL. Fortunately it is easily doable. Not maxed out, but I didn't have to make any changes from what I normally run.


Donald E. Donovan

Flying is the 2nd greatest thrill known to man

The 1st is landing.

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