Underwater Pinball Table Nudge

For those of us who fantasize about nudging a pinball table under water, here’s how you do it with an Xbox controller.

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Pinball FX2 VR: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1044201475659209/


Weeview SID FOVs

Here’s the three different FOVs that the Weeview SID 3D camera shoots. How can you watch this with a VR viewer (Oculus Rift, Gear VR, and Google Cardboard) and see the proper perspective?
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Ring Toss

Are you ready for a game of Ring Toss at the carnival?

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I’m still looking for an easy and effective way to record VR games and apps. For this one I used OBS, which can simultaneously record the stereoscopic Oculus mirror on a computer monitor, the game’s (or app’s) audio, and the Oculus Rift’s microphone. For future videos I want to also record a 3D selfie video for compositing in post.

Carnival Games® VR: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1148331945191570/
Open Broadcaster Software: https://obsproject.com/

Carnival Games® VR

Carnival Games® VR was on sale today for $5, so I bought it!
The FujiFAILm W3 camera isn’t capable of recording a decent video of my Oculus Rift mirror on my computer monitor, so I’ll work on a better solution for that ASAP.

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Carnival Games® VR for the Oculus Rift: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1148331945191570/

All Clear?

I’m backpedaling, again, but the good news is I’m going to show you how to determine the best bitrate for a 360 3D video, using myFFmpeg. BTW, I used 15000k for this one. Do you think 24000k would look even better? Looking at it with my Oculus Rift, I can still see some recompression artifacts. 😦

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myFFmpeg: http://www.myffmpeg.com/index.html

Trusting My Eyes

I’ve got some exciting news, guys. For the first time ever, I’m going to start trusting my eyes when I create my VR experiences, and I’m going to quit measuring anything. It’s going to be fun, especially if it works! I’ll be monitoring what I’m doing with a 3D TV, an Oculus Rift, and Gear VR with my fan-cooled Samsung Galaxy S8, as I’m doing in this video.

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