Just for fun, Lets create some pictures where you might find people using the oculus, Here is my contribution...
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This is also my first post, so Hello everyone.
Attention: This challenge was made into an actual competition by Neil, which ran through December & January. The prize for winning the competition was to be a "Novint Falcon, Haptic feedback controller", Recently Neil has also announced that additional prizes are up for grabs for the runners up.
In first place, winner of the falcon is : Mindless for "The Fellowship Of The Rift"
2nd - 7th win "AF33 Audiofly headphones"
2nd place: Boll for "It Cannot Come Soon Enough" 3rd Omarzuqo for "The Creation of VR" 4th Fireslayer26 for "The First Oculus". 5th TheHolyChicken for "Titanic VR" 6th Coasterpro for "Destiny" or "Baby Oculus" 7th Zalo for "I Can't Handle the Truth!"
8th - 9th win "Radeon Ramdisk Software"
8th Cathodoluminescence for "Mad Science" 9th kh3naz! for "VR Grandma"
Congratulations to everyone that took part, thanks to Neil and MTBS for hosting the competition, and thanks to Novint, AudioFly and AMD for the great prizes.
For Info here are some links to the competition details:
I was going to make an Easter Bunny one with the new Oculus Rift design, to go with the old Father Christmas one, but I couldn't find a good Easter Bunny picture
I had exactly the same problem when I wanted to make a fun new "santa" picture after hearing of the new rift delivery date. I was really surprised, too - I thought a good easter bunny image would be easy to obtain.
_________________ Sometimes I sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits.
:) That bunny is looking slightly down though, and the only 2 pictures we have of the Rift are looking up and a bit to the right, or up and a lot to the left.
If you don't mind using the prototype rendering rather than the actual developer kit, then check out the first kickstarter video, they have the visor rotating nearly 360 degrees around the horizontal, you may be able to grab a screen shot from there.
Thanks! And, thanks for the welcome. I've been a lurker ever since pre-ordering a Rift. Unfortunately my part in the development of our product is graphics, not programming, so I have very little to add to conversations here. But I am extremely excited by what you and other developers on mtbs3d are working. You guys have already achieved so much. I cannot wait to see all of this come together in our simulator. But I'm not here to pitch a product. One more easy photochop then bed. I call this one, "Rift vs Holodeck vs Inappropriate Work Relationship"
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