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  1. I am a junior in highschool. As you can imagine this means i'm constantly thinking about the future and what I want to do with my life. I have own a HTC Vive since 2016 and have also recently started working at a VR Arcade, so I think it's pretty safe to say that i'm in love with VR. I am thinking I want to go to college so I can work with VR in the future, but i'm getting confused with all of the decisions that come with choosing a career. I still don't know if I want to go into the manufacturing of new VR technology in general , or specificly for gaming, or even if I just want to focus on designing games for VR. It's clear to see that I still have almost no idea what i need to do for my future, so I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions of college courses that are needed to work in the VR field, like Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Comupter Engineering, or Computer Sciences. Any advice would be apperciated. Thanks. - Huskydread
  2. The PP-Gun does look pretty cool, but my only problem with it is that i don't know if it will work too well with the game onward. Onward is the really the only gun game that i play that needs a gun stock. I don't see how the PP-gun will work that well because the way you have to reload needs two controllers.
  3. What are the sensors that you are talking about? I've seen the ones that let you feel the ground that you are walking on, but i haven't seen any that acually let you walk and run.
  4. I have made a gun holster from PVC pipe and it works pretty well, but i want to make a better one because the PVC is not very comfy and comes apart easily. I also might get the Omni (http://www.virtuix.com/) and I want something that works well with it. I've seen the metal ones from ebay, but they're a bit expensive. Thanks for any help. -HuskyDread
  5. My laptop does have the Mini-DP Port, now I just have to get the right cable. Thank you!
  6. So I have seen a couple of videos where a group of people are playing Vr and taking turns. Whenever its not their turn, they watch the person playing Vr on a TV screen. I'm wondering how they did that, because I run Vr off of a laptop, and the screen isn't that big, so when I have friends over, its hard for people to see whats going on. Also, I've seen some videos of Co-op VR, where one person is playing VR and the others are on a computer playing with them. I was wondering if i could use the same comouter to run VR and play the co-op game? And if so, if I Have the screen show on the TV, then could they play of of the TV screen. I'm thinking of the game Ruckus Ridge. Thanks for the help
  7. I don't have a lot of money right now and I already got most of the most popular free games. Are there any hidden games on steam that are free and good. I don't really care what it is about, as long as its fun. Thanks for the help.:smileyvery-happy:
  8. Well, I don't have the vive yet, but I would love to be friends and play together when I get it!
  9. Do you know if there is a why to resize it so that it is realistic? when I started looking at it, I realized it is too large to be realistic.
  10. Thank you so much! After a while I finally got it loaded up and it was amazing. :smileyhappy:
  11. I am trying to make an acessory for the controllers, and I want a 3D model so I can see the exact measurements. I am using AutoDesk Inventor 2016. Any help is appreciated.
  12. I am trying to get a Vive, but I don't know if I should spend the money to upgrade first. This is what I have. AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series (2 GPUs) AMD FX-6300 Six-Core Processor I have ran it throught the SteamVr test and it says that it is ready, but I want to know for sure.
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