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YEAH !!!
Thats it !
Crysis1 @ it's best with Vorpx !!!

Water ++
Sly ++
Parallax +++++++
foreground ok

much better than 3dvision and tridef !!!



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Does VorpX have a mechanism for recording screenshots?

It would be good if people could share images from games to illustrate problems and successes.

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Shadows are still messed up, as is the case with Nvidia and other drivers. Only ones that got shadows to work were Vuzix, IIRC.

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cybereality wrote:Shadows are still messed up, as is the case with Nvidia and other drivers. Only ones that got shadows to work were Vuzix, IIRC.
I disagree - I do not see any problems with shadows - I'm playing with everything maxed out.
I have a 580gtx sli system - and crysis1 is out of the box - the original german release version from 2007 - (not patched or updated) - see screenshot (ALT + PRINT)


i use DX10 render and Z-Buffer mode

i love it - thank you very much ralph !!!

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FR3D wrote:I disagree - I do not see any problems with shadows - I'm playing with everything maxed out.
You are in Z-Buffer mode, that's why you don't have problems with shadows. Also the stereoscopy must be set quite low or even disabled because I fail to see any depth there.

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Yep, not seeing any 3D effect in either of those shots.

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use them with your rift and than stand up ...

it's a VR setting not a "cross view" setting ...

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I think Fredz and Cybereality meant that there is no 3d-depth in the pictures. The left and right views are similar. I can not see any depth in those shots either. If the horisontal parallax is shifted it may give a slight illusion of depth to some people. It's however still not 3d.
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Maybe this anyglyph screenshot from the dev version can help to settle this little dispute. This is the kind of 3D you can expect form Z-Buffer 3D (strength at ~2/3). Not as natural/strong as the Geometry Mode, but a far cry from no 3D. Also no shader/shadow-artifacts and twice as fast.
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MaterialDefender wrote:Maybe this anyglyph screenshot from the dev version can help to settle this little dispute. This is the kind of 3D you can expect form Z-Buffer 3D (strength at ~2/3). Not as natural/strong as the Geometry Mode, but a far cry from no 3D. Also no shader/shadow-artifacts and twice as fast.
Crysis-2013-10-09-20-54-37-54.jpg
Yes Ralph - i like it - crysis1 is a shooter, so you do not need so much foreground 3d than in e.g. skyrim.
To use the weapon in crisis1 with use of the iron sights without any 3d problems is fun - very very cool.

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@MaterialDefender: That image on the other hand have depth. :)
Crysis may be a good example of a game where the z-buffer trick is better than geometry because of all the anomalies that usually are present in crysis. On the other hand i personally find this kind of rendering quite boring in the long run. Everyones taste is different though.
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I'm usually not really focused on the kind/strength of the 3D effect when I really PLAY a game. So for me that works well in general. Low framerates and thus laggy head tracking I find much more distracting.

But as you say, everyones taste is different. And anything else would be terrible. :)

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I wasn't arguing that VorpX couldn't do 3D on Crysis. I've played it, it's in 3D.

However, those images FR3D posted are not in 3D. Maybe his settings are wrong.

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this is my crysis1 setting !

give it a try ...

i like it ... lots of parallax ...

rename it to *.cfg and copy it to
C:\Program Files (x86)\Electronic Arts\Crytek\Crysis

to post *.cfg is not allowed here !?

works well with win7 64 ultimate 580gtx sli

vorpx with DX10 render and Z-Buffer mode

i'm sure you will like it too ...

you are right - my screenshots are junk !

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