Arena4D 2.0 + Oculus Rift Support

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Re: Arena4D 2.0 + Oculus Rift Support

Post by Mark Christy » Sun May 29, 2016 7:06 pm

Glad to hear people are enjoying using the Oculus :)

We're already brain storming with our customers on where to take this next.. so watch this space.

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Re: Arena4D 2.0 + Oculus Rift Support

Post by jmiranda » Tue May 31, 2016 4:30 pm

Mark,
It would be nice if it can be integrated with a Google Cardboard environment. It might be a cheaper way to show what Arena 4d can do to the masses, instead of to the single user. This could be useful when trying to show a project to a big audience.

Jon

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Arena4D 2.0 + Oculus Rift Support

Post by 3DForensics » Tue May 31, 2016 7:44 pm

Reaction is the same here in Cartersville, GA. Oculus in Arena 4D is a hit!

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Re: Arena4D 2.0 + Oculus Rift Support

Post by Mark Christy » Wed Jun 01, 2016 10:17 am

jmiranda wrote:Mark,
It would be nice if it can be integrated with a Google Cardboard environment. It might be a cheaper way to show what Arena 4d can do to the masses, instead of to the single user. This could be useful when trying to show a project to a big audience.

Jon
Hi Jon,

The issue is that any kind of "cheap" VR system such as Google Cardboard requires the software to be running on a mobile phone or tablet. Whilst that isn't a complete hurdle, it's not practical to port a complete desktop piece of software to a phone. There are possible alternative ways of achieving this though.. and we're looking in to all potential avenues..

Mark

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