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Work progress and public beta test - 0.9.7.4
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Tuesday, 09.08.2016, 08:03 | Message # 3286
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But how would you change flying direction? I have ideas for Vive controllers, but no idea for Rift with its xBox controller. How will you know where you will fly then pressing forward stick? Maybe render some pointer in 3D?


If he has a Razer Hydra or the Oculus Touch then he can use those.





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yaqdarkDate: Tuesday, 09.08.2016, 08:10 | Message # 3287
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Quote SpaceEngineer ()
But how would you change flying direction? I have ideas for Vive controllers, but no idea for Rift with its xBox controller. How will you know where you will fly then pressing forward stick? Maybe render some pointer in 3D?


Quite simple, you'd just be going in the direction you were going before. Pretend there is an imaginary ship and you go wherever it points. Maybe a toggleable target for that direction? Maybe the starting direction is set initially by the default centre position of the oculus/vive relative to the world direction? Or maybe it is set every single time you hit the movement keys. If you let go and hit them again, the direction is where you are facing at that instant.

YAY! Vladimir has a vive, VR support incoming wink


Edited by yaqdark - Tuesday, 09.08.2016, 08:16
 
gazelleDate: Wednesday, 10.08.2016, 13:51 | Message # 3288
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Where can I download 0.9.8.0 version? Is it not released yet?
 
JackDoleDate: Wednesday, 10.08.2016, 15:16 | Message # 3289
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Where can I download 0.9.8.0 version? Is it not released yet?

Here.





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sinsforealDate: Thursday, 11.08.2016, 14:14 | Message # 3290
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Anyone on here have a 1070/1080? If you do can you please inform me on how much cram space engine acutally uses at max settings?




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Donatelo200Date: Thursday, 11.08.2016, 15:56 | Message # 3291
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I have a 1080 and Space engine does not stress the thing at all. It only drops to 40-60fps when cruising over planets at LOD 1. V ram is a non-issue with the GTX 1080 as it hasn't used more than 3GB. However, MSAA can still be brutal on the framerate. Especially near black holes so I generally leave that off.




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SalvoDate: Friday, 12.08.2016, 06:07 | Message # 3292
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It only drops to 40-60fps

For me it's not a drop but the standard framerate!

I guess my lovely R9 270 it's slowly getting old cool





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yaqdarkDate: Friday, 12.08.2016, 15:56 | Message # 3293
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I've been thinking more about how to have the direction you move not tied to the direction you look (with regards to Oculus Rift and Vive) and I think the best way would be to have it just move in the default HMD centered direction. Add a keybind to reset this but generally that will work perfectly. You can intuitively know where you are going, you can change direction with your controller/keyboard etc. and yet you can also look around while flying without changing the direction.

Edited by yaqdark - Friday, 12.08.2016, 15:58
 
DLWhittetDate: Saturday, 13.08.2016, 05:01 | Message # 3294
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The new update is great. Thank you again.

Follow-object camera controls need to be fixed. When following a ship by right clicking and hitting follow-object, you can not rotate the camera around the object with the gamepad.

This is mainly an issue when flying an object, selecting follow object (the ship) and trying to change the camera. Right clicking works, joystick does not.

Fixing this would make gamepad playing really awesome.

::EDIT::
Kill rotation doesn't always work. Sometimes it will kick in and works properly. Then sometimes it will just start to drift out.


Edited by DLWhittet - Saturday, 13.08.2016, 05:16
 
InariusDate: Saturday, 13.08.2016, 11:42 | Message # 3295
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longer than the age of the universe.


Nothing lives longer than the age of the universe, and, besides, considering the nature of white dwarves (remain of exploding normal stars) they can't be "so" old, anyway.
 
IdgeliosDate: Saturday, 13.08.2016, 17:21 | Message # 3296
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Anomalous entities left over from the last cosmic reset can last longer than the universe.
 
abrasaxDate: Sunday, 14.08.2016, 08:51 | Message # 3297
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Quote Inarius ()
considering the nature of white dwarves (remain of exploding normal stars) they can't be "so" old, anyway.

They can be older than the Sun. They are stable and they don't fuse elements to create energy, that's why their glow is faint. I didn't say they are already older than the universe. I meant if left alone they could outlive it.
The only way we can observe a white dwarf die is in a type Ia supernova. So unless it's part of a binary system it is safe to say the white dwarf will live to see the universe end.
 
Wicker1MDate: Sunday, 14.08.2016, 18:30 | Message # 3298
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What RC version are we on now?
 
steeljaw354Date: Sunday, 14.08.2016, 19:31 | Message # 3299
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We aren't on an RC version anymore we are on 0.9.8.0
 
Destructor1701Date: Monday, 15.08.2016, 14:03 | Message # 3300
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Vladimir testing his new Vive. cool


I had a little fun with that image, based on Doctor Of Space's descriptions of SE:VR:HTC...






 
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