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  1. Have you tried native VR, yet?
  2. Very odd..... this is almost like a stealth release. No preview videos, apparently: no real warning that it was even coming....... A very limited amount of information, and really none of Dovetails usual advertising expertise. It actually makes me a bit nervous about the title, like when a movie drops out of the sky with no warning and you wonder why you've never heard of it until now. What I've found: http://store.steampowered.com/app/577358/Train_Sim_World_Rapid_Transit/ 24 Stations | 70+ Kilometers | 60+ Trains a Day | Incredible Detail Throughout Hmmmmmmmm...........
  3. Not very much info yet, and what there is seems to be in German.... Still, it's on its way! (and looks interesting) Its supposed to be released tomorrow, and is on reduced price preorder on Steam.
  4. Just keep in mind that some assembly is required: And by that I mean that you might have to put in a little research and effort to get a WMR headset working with your favorite sim right now.
  5. LOL, I was afraid to post this here.
  6. https://www.forbes.com/sites/paullamkin/2017/11/30/virtual-reality-headset-sales-hit-1-million/#3f8a02c42b61 The virtual reality revolution continues at a pace, with shipments topping 1 million in a quarter for the first time. For Q3 2017, industry analyst Canalys states that Sony led the way with 490,000 shipments of its PlayStation VR headset, followed by Facebook’s Oculus Rift device with 210,00 shipments and HTC’s Vive headset in third place with 160,000 shipments. That combined 860,000 makes up 86 percent of the market, with other (often smartphone powered headsets) such as Samsung’s Gear VR and Google’s Daydream range making up the rest. Previously, shipment estimates has HTC ahead of the Rift but recent price cuts – you can get Oculus’ headset for less than $400 now – have seen a surge in popularity for the headset that effectively kick-started the new wave of virtual reality technology. "VR adoption in the consumer segment is highly dependent on price, and Oculus’ strategy of lowering prices has definitely helped drive adoption," said Canalys Research Analyst Vincent Thielke. Incumbents and new players entering the market are targeting similar price points. "Hugo Barra is betting on his next product, the $199 Oculus Go standalone headset, to reach more users next year. The Go will excite first-time users, but driving adoption beyond social media will be a challenge." A major new player not featuring yet in the VR shipment tables is Microsoft. The tech giant’s Windows Mixed Reality platform is now live, with multiple brands lined up to launch headsets in the coming months with both consumer and enterprise headsets expected. "VR in business can be applied to many industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare and education," said Canalys Analyst Jason Low. "As top-tier PC vendors, including HP, Lenovo, Acer, Asus and Dell, launch their own VR headsets, using their distribution channel efficiencies, one can expect a strong VR uptake in business." Back in September, International Data Corporation forecast that huge growth is expected in the next few years for VR. It states that the headset market will hit 13.7 million shipments this year, growing to a staggering 81.2 million units by 2021; a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 56.1 percent. IDC predicts that VR headsets will make up more than 90 percent of the market until 2019, but between 2020 and 2021 AR headsets will experience exponential growth, grabbing a quarter of the market by the end of that period.
  7. A new Jarred Marshal airport for Aerofly FS2 https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/146512-monterey-regional-airport-a-californian-classic-brought-to-aerofly-fs2/ Excerpt:
  8. Oculus dash lets you bring outside windows into the sim or any app very easily. You should be looking in the virtual reality forum!
  9. Try this in real life and things will not end well.......... Nice building dodging by Ed T. NecroBones
  10. I was thinking simmers might be more interested in the ability to pull up charts and etc.........
  11. The latest release has just hit PTC — here’s what you can expect. The updates for this month center on the new Rift Core 2.0 beta! In addition to the usual channels, we're introducing UserVoice as a way to organize feedback and suggestions (visit the Oculus blog to learn more). Don't forget you can log bugs right from the reporting tool in Rift. Thanks for testing! https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/discussion/59825/rift-si-1-21-now-available-on-public-test-channel Features Wishlists: You can now add apps you'd like to purchase or download later to your wishlist in the Oculus Store. You can choose to see updates about sales and other promotions for apps on your wishlist. Rift Core 2.0 (Beta): The core software experience in Rift has been rebuilt, replacing the existing Universal Menu and Home with a new Touch-native interface. Note, core functionality of Rift Core 2.0 should work fine with Windows 7 and 8.1, but some features, like Oculus Desktop virtual computing and Dash as an overlay may require you to have Windows 10, update your graphics card drivers, or make other system adjustments to use all of the features of Rift Core 2.0 as intended. For more information, see https://support.oculus.com/1702745539746285 and https://support.oculus.com/551671135186908, as well as https://www.oculus.com/blog/rift-core-20-updates-beta-coming-soon-plus-redesigned-desktop-app-experience/ and https://www.oculus.com/blog/introducing-rift-core/. Dash: Dash is a redesign of our VR system interface from the ground up that opens up new possibilities for VR and immersive computing. An overlay system lets you use all the features of Dash without leaving your current app. Bring your Windows desktop apps into VR so you can listen to your favorite music, watch a show, or create something in VR based on a pinned photograph, all without removing your headset. Oculus Home: Completely overhauls your personal space in VR to let you customize your environment, share it with your friends, or visit their space. Collect interactive objects you and your friends can play with in VR, such as bows and arrows, targets, and stackable objects. Use decorations and furniture to make your Home uniquely your own. Show off your accomplishments in VR with achievement elements. Oculus desktop app: Redesigned user interface provides improved top-level navigation and a dark theme to make things easier on your eyes. A brand new landing page includes: more engaging app previews clearer announcements for new features and updates faster access to your recent VR apps more social features, including seeing which multiplayer and social apps your friends are playing, as well as ways to connect with people you may know or have met in VR Graphics: We'll now let you know the graphics card driver version you'll need for the latest update. See https://support.oculus.com/1702745539746285/ for details. Bugs Fixed graphics issues related to recent Nvidia driver updates. Required GPU drivers: AMD: 17.11.2 NVIDIA: 388.31