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  • #194191
    IanM
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    Hello!
    I’m interested in seeing dinosaurs in VR and Jurassic Park: Evolution has the best dinosaur experience in games, I think. What is the way to make VorpX hook this game? I know you can use other games’ profiles and if it is similar enough, it will hook up. Which games would that be, or any other advice. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you!

    #194198
    IanM
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    I think it will be similar to hooking Planet Coaster (a game by the same company, on the same engine) and I saw people getting 3D in Planet Coaster, but for some reason I can’t hook it with Vorpx on my computer (the latest hardware). So how do you properly hook Planet Coaster? Thank you!

    #194199
    zig11727
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    @IanM

    I think it’s the Unreal 4 engine. There are plenty of profiles you could try.

    #194204
    IanM
    Participant

    Thank you! I will try that! In the meanwhile, I found the way to get VR in Jurassic World Evolution, but with other software.

    #194318
    JESUSTAYS
    Participant

    IanM, try Island 357.

    Jesusaves! Romans 8:28

    #194347
    peteski123
    Participant

    @IanM Thank you! I will try that! In the meanwhile, I found the way to get VR in Jurassic World Evolution, but with other software.


    @IanM
    is that proper 3d and does it work with Planet coaster please?

    #196288
    danlman
    Participant

    What software did you use to get VR in Jurassic World Evolution? I would be grateful for this information.

    #199422
    andybak
    Participant

    > Thank you! I will try that! In the meanwhile, I found the way to get VR in Jurassic World Evolution, but with other software.

    There is a special circle of hell reserved for people that drop comments saying “thanks. I found a solution” but not saying what it is. ;-)

    #199473
    peteski123
    Participant

    @andybak
    I am a long time owner of 2 Vorpx Licenses and love the software.

    Any chance though of stating what software you used to get Jurassic World Evolution working please?

    Many thanks
    Pete

    #199659
    thomas3d
    Participant

    @IanM
    Hi,
    With which settings did you make it in
    Jurassic World Evolution to generate real geometical 3D ??
    Is this program Reshade with SuperDepth3D ???
    Can you post your settings for Reshade SuperDepth3D here … ?? … I can only get flat 2D … with many other games it works great with Depth3D … with VorpX there is no profile, no 3D only 2D Flat …
    I’m desperate, hope you can help me … Thank you for your efforts in advance.

    @Ralf
    Have tried a few Unreal 4 game profiles, but none of them generate G3D or Z3D with Jurassic World Evolution.

    @IanM
    shows on his YouTube channel that it still works with G3D.
    Here the link:

    Maybe you can help too, that would be nice.

    3D greetings
    from Hamburg

    #199688
    dellrifter22
    Participant

    Managed to find the right shader buffers for G3D, and have shared the profile to the cloud if you wish to try it [dellrifter22].

    FullVR works best for looking around in the game’s Capture Mode (Shift+C), zoom the camera back all the way out (mouse wheel) for maximum FOV, and hold down Right-Mouse-Button to free look with your head. 3D strength is set to give this view the most accurate scale possible. This is great for just looking around, but you will likely want to use vorpX EdgePeek or Cinema modes for standard play.

    Low settings are recommended (but leave textures High)… and you’ll want to turn off Shadows, AA, AO, and Atmospheric Effect to avoid any blur or misalignment.

    I’ve only tested a couple hours with the Standard version that came free on Epic Store, but I think all is working properly. I sometimes had to have steamVR running first, before the game would hook properly, so keep that in mind.

    Anyway, see what you think.

    #199689
    Smoils
    Participant

    @thomas3d that video looks like Z3D – there are distinct depth buffer artifacts on the windows – stretched pixels that look like glassy halo.

    #199691
    Ogrescar
    Participant

    That video is definitely z3d without any adjustments to the depth buffer or convergence. It looks like crap, but people will post anything on youtube I guess.

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