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Posted by Jacob Pederson on Fri, 05 Nov 2010 05:01:00 EDT in Design
Some of us are probably aware of Johnny Lee's hardhacked Wiimote, providing head track 3d on a budget. For anyone that's not familiar with it, the tech works by taking advantage of human's other great 3d sensing technique, parallax.


Posted by Jacob Pederson on Thu, 13 May 2010 05:31:00 EDT in
The brain is a malleable organic computer, forced by millions of years of brutal refinement to become the single most efficient and adaptable computational device on this planet. No wonder controllers are like second nature to us.



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Plenty of very small companies are able to survive making Racing Sim stuff only, so that gives me some hope for VR : Heck, VR could end up BEING one of those niche racing sim products.

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Every Codemasters Game has been steadily worse from a hardcore simulation perspective, with Dirt 1 being the best and Dirt Showdown being a horrible horrible Mess.

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I thought I would be against F2P forever, until I met Path of Exile. I spent around 80 on it after playing it through a few times over its lifespan. Why Because Grinding Gear treats their freeloaders with respect, never expecting anything from them, and yet offering an amazing experience ...

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Nintendo has proven over and over again either a failure, reluctance , legal difficulty to emulate most of their amazing back-catalog. They have released a ridiculously overpriced, and sadly spotty amount of emulated games for their various modern systems, but nothing even approaching what you 're suggesting here. I agree ...