This has been released as a demo for those who own MSI hardware (as MSI coughed up the sponds to pay for the dev). I have an MSI GTX1060 6G so I got a 3 month trial.
This evening I tested it with ArmA 2, Call of Duty 2 and Far Cry 3. I have recorded these games, though it isn't ideal and is in 3D SBS "direct from Rift" mode, and will edit and upload the videos tomorrow.
First things first - this is NOT
VR. It's a screen in front of you that looks exactly the same as the one in Virtual Desktop, even with the same galaxy style backdrop. It does fit squarely into your view, but is fixed in place.
The game is displayed on this screen in 3D. So it isn't VR, it's 3D.
Having said that, it is very good, and fun. I only had a couple of issues - it crashed whilst playing Far Cry 3. It also couldn't find Steam when I tried to start CoD2 - but that didn't matter because I started the game directly from Steam and it went into TriDef no problem.
The last problem was a real shame - I had to turn off the shadows in ArmA 2, because they were very poor in TriDef VR. They seemed to be in front of other objects (like my rifle). Once I switched the shadows off, the game was much more fun. The only difficulty here is when aiming down the sights. There is a knack to hitting the target, due to seeing two dots. It ain't that easy with the iron sights, either, but as I say, there is a knack, and once you have it, you won't have any problems.
As I said, overall it is good fun - but whether it will be worth buying or not is dependant on how much they will charge for it.
I used TriDef 3D to do exactly what this does - the difference being that in TriDef VR, all the settings and fiddling is taken care of for you - so it's probably worth splashing on if you already have the 3D version. It claims to work with all 900 games on their list, so there will almost certainly be a few there for everyone.
Vids will be up tomorrow sometime - but the actual screen image is not that big and like I said, it's SBS, so best using a mobile/cellphone and 'VR' headset or an app such as DeoVR.
Get the MSI trial here:https://www.msi.com/Landing/the-4-Extraordinaires
Otherwise, you'll have to wait for the commercial release. They have a trial for 3D, so they may well do one for VR as well.