Fredz wrote:Games : http://vrwiki.wikispaces.com/Games
Ah, can you point out specific things ? I try to keep everything up to date but from time to time some infos could slip under my radar.Dexter111 wrote:Thanks, that was rather useful. I added most of the stuff that I could verify from there to the Wiki list. Some of it is old or outright wrong information though.
Fredz wrote:Ah, can you point out specific things ? I try to keep everything up to date but from time to time some infos could slip under my radar.
The search engine is a nice feature but I don't understand why it's not on by default. I don't think it's a good idea to have native games in the same database than the ones supported by stereo drivers. It made sense for S3D when there's been only a handful of "native" games (3D Vision Ready), but I think it makes no sense at all for the Rift.kevinandersson wrote:There are several ways to sort content, I would suggest going through the list of demos with native Oculus support if you don't want to see the ones supported by drivers:
Yeah I can understand it's very time consuming to enhance your site, even more when Oculus Share or VirtualReality.io are available. But I still think something more comparable to the Steam Web interface is needed. No idea if Oculus Share will go that route though, but I think it'll have a hard time getting as much content as on your site, especially if only the original developers can submit games.kevinandersson wrote:I might add a simpler tile view - and sidebar links to specific features in the future - but it might be a little silly for me to waste time on it if Share takes off.
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