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 Nvidia 3DTV play and Oculus Rift, Vireio 
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One Eyed Hopeful

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i have some questions about compatibility of certain 3d setups.
Existing. I5, GTX 970, Nvidia 3DTV play.
Games installed with Steam.
Here we go:
I changed my games to steroscopic play. The games DX9 and DX11 (Skyrim, Dying Light, Far Cry3, Risen 2,3) are modified with the Helx 3d mod.
I installed quite some mods and the games are running fine.
Now i got my hands on a Oculus Rift DK2 and Vireio .
Is it possible to install the Rift software and Vireio into the existing games. Does the Oculus installment change the or better interfear with the 3dtv play and Helx 3d mod .
Is it possible to decide wich 3d system you use or is it like the Oculus and Vireio software changes the setup of the games in that way that only Oculus and Vireio is active. Is it possible to have several dx9 or dx11 .dll files nstalled and the right ones got chosen depending on the setup Oculus or 3Dtv play (Helix 3d mod)
I appreciate some input and THX in advance

Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:07 am
One Eyed Hopeful

Joined: Sat Feb 21, 2015 2:48 pm
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Got to reply to my own post , though.
Installed the Rift, Cvisiual c runtime etc..
I changed the .vrc file as needed.
Switced on the Rift and Dying light is online.
It runs smooth .
But here the problems.
The graphics at 1920 1080 75 hz.
The picture is not crisp , meaning that it looks like a greyish with lots of pixels green and red.
Not saying the game looks bad but i expected a clean coulourfull game. IT IS NOT!!
any more ideas?


Tue Feb 24, 2015 9:04 am
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