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  • I got a great idea for a game like Dead and Buried!!

    If you have played Rising Storm 2 you would know how commander works.  You can call stuff in like air strikes, artillery, recon, napalm, etc.  If you have played World in Conflict you know that game is mainly about what you pick and the fire support you call in.  Now, if we can get a game like this it would be a lot better than just Dead and Buried.  I like being in the game with other people trying to complete the objective and trying hard to with good strategy.  I got my binoculars on as squad lead and people spawn on my location.  I'm far away but flanking far from the group.  If we can get this sort of feel it would be great.  I mean.  The future of VR would be to bring back the Silent Scope arcade gun but one we could hold and it has a strong kick back like Time Crisis for the consumer.  It would be cool laying down in VR and reloading some real magazines.  Like holding off a force w/ a group would be insane!!!!!  Maybe the other option would be to use an LMG and rifle.  If you have seen the military videos on Youtube you can see how people are holding down a base by just sitting in a trench and taking some fire.  I mean I think the VR quality is really bad for this but looking at Dead and Buried I think it's extremely possible.  I want to feel the action going on like in Ghost squad arcade.  Hopefully some people will get together to make this happen and research Everything I said.  It's cool using 2D controllers but it's like using a Wii steering wheel in a racing game difference using a good force feedback wheel.  It's like using a game controller or keyboard and mouse vs a good HOTAS stick with force feedback.  If you have a HOTAS or wheel set w/ no force feedback it sux.  I want to feel that Kick back!!  I want to feel a part of something w/ other people who feel the same to complete something that isn't super easy.  It would be cool to duck some sniper shots and have someone try to pin point where it's coming from.  Eventually VR will go there but when it does I hope it takes into consideration everything I said and games are made around the foundation of what I said w/ nothing lacking.  If we are going that direction we might as well have the best possible stuff for some serious awesome.  Any FPS and military/gun enthusiasts would 100% take a loan out to the some equipment.  Equipment that is affordable but can be add-ons.  People can also use one gun for everything but lack the real feel of the right one.  I mean the environments are what change what is happening.  The special effects, the graphics, the situation.  All that changes the feel.  I really want that Silent Scope gun for VR.  This has to be brought back!!  Crisis Zone, Time Crisis, Ghost squad, all arcade coin-ops.  I think a lot of you never tried it because you don't leave by the boardwalk.  Those were the attractions I grew up with.  I mean, just 2D VR is good but it's like the difference between your car in real-life vs an aerobatic aircraft.  I want physical sensations than the mental math feel.  The feedback aspect is extremely important and development around that but really good development that people will want it for the developments.  No one does it and if it's going to get done, it should get done right first otherwise it will be all separated and development gets separated then the content sucks and no one makes profits.
  • Gardening, Cooking, and Fish tank simulator?

    I mean it would be cool to have one so the understandings when real-life come to play like how to make food when at the grocery store can be remembered of what to buy.

    Plus, if people do real-life gardening they can know what to do because of the sim.  I mean, even a fish tank simulator would be cool such as water changes and adding stuff to the place to fix algae than have no idea at all.  It's a lot better than farmville and could be more interesting than Simcity.
  • Re: I simply can't wait for cv2 or next oculus rift.

    I think it depends on the game.  Project Cars looks kind of bad compared to Assetto Corsa and iRacing.  It's real enough imo to be like real-life though.  I've trained myself to look around properly through corners than have the fixated staring straight type of look.  It helped me become more consistent and faster!!  In VR you don't really have the realistic G forces so you can be training yourself to do it all wrong such as tilting your in the wrong direction when cornering.
  • Anyone ever felt uneasy (jealous) of not having the best possible perspective for anything?

    I mean, looking at how life is 1:1 best perspective is always the best way to learn.  If you are far back or very offset then you won't really learn as someone who is in the optimal position which is usually directly in front of the instructor.  I mean being offset would see more angles but I hope you know what I mean.  With VR it would be possible to explore the same action from different angles with great detail.  This should be taken full advantage of as I feel spending thousands of dollars to learn something or hundreds and not really learning is quite sad.

    With VR done right I assume that problem/issue would be totally erased.  Maybe I didn't involve in real-life activities where you have to pay $300+ an hour to get this kind of 'treatment'.  With the power of the internet it's possible to make one in the garage as a prototype just to get the experts some vision then it would take a mind of it's own.

    I keep advocating the importance of VR being a mass simulation trainer.  It will come to a point where how-to's become free and no one could stop it.  The ultimate goal is to get stuff done, understood, and improved.  Relearning/inventing what already has been made is a waste of time.  It's like typing the same paragraph 5000 times when you don't need to type it at all and type something else.

    One example was, I went to an invitation only BMW culinary event in NYC.  It was great but because I'm "short" I couldn't really see what was going on.  All the naturally aggressive people were in the front so I could see nothing plus it was hot.  I felt I couldn't learn anything like this and left early frustrated.  I didn't tell anyone but I did remember that experience.  Food was great, people were cool, BMW is the best as usual (drove a 2016 750i in NYC alone for a bit, test drove), but the setup was bad.  Only one top chef and a lot of sub-chefs.

    I never went to a college where there were 300+ people and only one professor.  I think you have to be an idiot if you think that is a good idea.. Just to have a step-up because the school is 'prestige' is odd.  I used to think the top schools like that hire people from there no problem but that wasn't true.  My friend said the one's who get the jobs are the one's from smaller colleges (or something like that).

    To me learning is all about understanding.  The easier it is to get something understood the better.  It should be a no-brainer with no real 'mental math' involvement.  It should be as simple as following a GPS and making it from A to B w/o any issue.  Why is no one heading this kind of perspective in full global mass?
  • The most genius all-in-one PC build I have ever SEEN.

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