1. Curved screen doesn't seem to work. When I tick the box the Rift goes black, and my main display looks normal. It doesn't crash, though, so I can just untick the box and it goes back to normal. Could this be due to resolution settings? Should my resolution be set to something specific to make this work?
2. Is it possible to add an option to place the screen above your head? I'd like to try to play some games while laying down, or watch a movie and it'd be great to be able to move the screen vertically so I can have my head tilted back and still be able to center the screen.
3. I see what ccs was saying about the image convergence. When I look to the right or left edge of the screen it causes me to strain my eyes. Not sure if it's just me needing to get used to it or if there is something to what ccs was saying.
4. Playing a game from my Steam library worked, like I mentioned. Something that I found worked pretty well for me was that I set my Steam game to run from my Nvidia GPU and I set Virtual Desktop to run from my Intel integrated graphics. That seemed to run a lot smoother with a higher framerate.
Long time lurker on the forum but had to pop up on here for my first post to say that this is superb!
tl:dr: Does it run significantly faster in Win 8 or is the desktop duplication the only real difference compared to running it in Win 7?
So I'm trying to install this and I keep running into this error:http://i.imgur.com/7EPCfAv.png
Maybe working in symbiosis with this software can push virtual desktop further? http://www.actualtools.com/virtualdesktops/
My job at the moment is IT Administration, doing everything from server setup and maintenance to remote desktop sessions for individual clients needing assistance with a wide range of problems. For a program like this, is it feasible to create multiple desktops? For instance, at several points during my day I have 4+ remote sessions going, would it be possible to create 4 windows that I could simply look around to view and work on them simultaneously? Obviously there would need to be at least a way to detect the active window and what not, but at this point I have no real understanding if such a functionality is even possible. Though it would be immensely useful if it were.
So something I am wondering about. Since I have been using this program to see what games work well with it, I was wondering is there a way to hook my PS3 directly to the PC and somehow broadcast my PS3 Video into a program on windows desktop?
Loving it, very handy and saves lots of "Make this my primary monitor" swapping, thanks!
Works nicely on DK2, though the posi forward/backward tracking is reversed for me
Win7 64 bit now throws an error. Previous version worked.EDIT: If DK2 is off then the program will start, switching the HMD on then crashes the app. Note that direct mode is not working at present for me in any apps. This may be the cause.
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