For those who have been following DDD TriDef Ignition's stereoscopic 3D drivers, this is a momentous occasion. For years, they have been limited to 32 bit games and operation. The release of TriDef Ignition 3.8 Beta introduces 64 bit support.
To date, supported 64 bit games include World of Warcraft, Crysis, Crysis Warhead, Firefall, Gone Home and The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. World of Warcraft users must run Wow-64.exe directly.
This is a demo put together by our friends at Project Holodeck and Sixense. There is a lot of talk as to why native VR is better than VR drivers like DDD, Vireio Perception, VorpX, etc. This is actually a good demonstration of how a customized VR game can do things that are either too difficult or too impractical after a non-VR game has been released. There are exceptions to the rule, of course!
Thank you for your continued patience in waiting for the first public build of Vireio Perception 2.0. To help wet your appetite, this is a video taken from Fallout 3 New Vegas in VR mode. Driver improvements have been made since, but this is still fun viewing.
We were originally planning to release an alpha build this Monday, but we needed more time to prepare the website and debug the software. Someone remarked that the reason 80% of users download Virieo is for Skyrim. That's a terrible excuse! We want several more games under our belt, and we've been beefing up the means to do that on a wider scale than previously possible.