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Message » 13 Avr 2016 22:00

Voila comment on met en avant la réalité virtuelle ;)

La VR...C'est comme de passer du noir et blanc à la couleur, tout simplement :D
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Message » 14 Avr 2016 9:04

Pas mal du tout le montage.

Et clairement, je retournerai sérieusement sur les simu PC une fois que j aurai un casque de VR...
Rien que de pouvoir placer son regard apporte tellement plus je trouve.
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Message » 14 Avr 2016 9:30

Mais non, l avenir c est ca :ane:

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Message » 14 Avr 2016 9:31

N'oubliez pas le ventilateur derrière l'écran pour créer des turbulences :oldy:
Dernière édition par IAC le 14 Avr 2016 9:56, édité 1 fois.
Steph-Hifi a écrit:"what a kick in my ass and as well my wife from the kitchen said "wow what this incredible good sound what did you do on your sound system""
"but the most impressive was when the dog has been started to dance on the floor"
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Message » 14 Avr 2016 9:44

Fre.Mo a écrit:Mais non, l avenir c est ca :ane:



tu enlèves les écrans et avec l'argent tu t'achètes un casque VR et tu as juste le simulateur ultime...

Les jeux de caisse, c'est clairement pour moi le seul truc qui vaudrait réellement le coup en VR au niveau du JV.
I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that...
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Message » 14 Avr 2016 10:30

Pareil que Mister Eric.

VR combiné a un siege sur verin...on atteint le top je pense.
Par contre...le budget risque de faire mal :lol:
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Message » 15 Avr 2016 22:18

2 petits screen du soir :wink:

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Message » 15 Avr 2016 22:38

Allez quelques autre screens et je ne vous embête plus :siffle:

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Message » 15 Avr 2016 23:01

:bravo:
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Message » 18 Mai 2016 19:21

La version 1.6 est disponible :D

1.6.0
- Oculus Rift SDK 1.3 (WIP Pre Alpha)
- Fixed self shadowing on tyres
- Fixed wrong log output
- Dynamic controllers for turbo boost
- Added RPMS input to dynamic controllers
- Implementation of Scalable Apps
- Fixed replay Interface
- Fixed setup info screen
- Fixed race non progression when player is not moving
- Improved MP collision system
- Improved AI fuel handling
- Fixed Hotlap Mode unlocking achievement through not valid laps
- Fixed deltaT for renderAudio
- Bodywork and horn volumes uses engineVolume
- Bodywork's smoothvalue use a different alpha
- Added analogic placeholder for car modellers
- Added option to draw driver's label on focused car (system\cfg\name_displayer.ini -> DRAW_FOCUSEDCAR)
- Fixed CameraCar bad nearplane when forcing camera mode change (see exiting from replay)
- Implementation of Chat App (system\cfg\chat_app.ini)
- SharedMemory: Moved AirTemp/RoadTemp from Static to Physics, old values in static are deprecated
- Timing use also the hour/minutes format
- Fixed GoToPits Cheat to start from the pits.
- Added 4 Wheel Steer systems (Nissan Skyline , Mazda RX7)
- acServerManager : storing Driver data also save the current model/skin, so through drag&drop the saved skin can be used on a new slot)
- Added flags indications for completed session in leaderboards
- F9 overlay leaderboard is now avoiding red colours for better differentiation of opponent proximity indicators
- Added new [ASSETTO_CORSA] SIMULATION_VALUE parameter. Increase the number to increase simulation value. Defaults to 0 for obvious reasons
- Engine performance is now dependent on air density/temperature
- New AWD transmission code, still WIP (Nissan Skyline & Alfa 155)
- Fixed pitstop window not appearing when AI retired some car
- Experimental heating corrections on semislick tyres for Lotus 2-11, Exige Scura, Exige 240 and S3, Lotus Elise SC, KTM X-Bow, Mazda MX5 ND, Toyota AE86 Tuned and Drift
- BOP for GT3 cars
- Improved Mercedes AMG GT3 data
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Message » 18 Mai 2016 19:24

Ainsi que le Japanese Pack pour 4,99€ !!!

Welcome to the JAPANESE PACK, the newest add-on content pack available for ASSETTO CORSA, featuring all-new cars chosen by our community.
Directly from the very best of the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM), Assetto Corsa proudly presents the Japanese Pack, which introduces seven new cars in twelve total versions, creating the perfect mix of vehicles of different classes, type and ages, ready to satisfy the taste of our Assetto Corsa users!

The development team have worked incredibly closely with the Car Manufacturers, with the aim to reproduce each car in all their detail, as well as the heritage, the atmosphere and the thrilling driving experience that only this combination of car models can guarantee.

- Features Mazda MX-5 2015
- Features Mazda MX-5 CUP
- Features Mazda RX-7 Spirit R + tuned version
- Features Toyota Supra MK IV + time attack and Drift version
- Features Toyota AE86 Trueno + tuned and Drift version
- Features Nissan 370Z NISMO
- Features Nissan GT-R R34 Skyline V-Spec

Mazda MX-5 2016, MX-5 CUP
The Mazda MX-5 Miata is famous to be a highly capable racing platform; it's known to be the best-selling roadster in the world, buts some even claim that this model is the most road-raced car in the world. Mazda seems to seriously agree with them so, starting in 2016, there will be multiple Mazda Global MX-5 Cup series around the world, all using the same prepared 4th-generation model.

Mazda RX-7 Spirit R
The third-generation RX-7, first launched in 1991, has a particularly distinctive exterior design. Its lightweight, compact and high-output rotary engine enables the driver to feel superb driving pleasure. Epitomizing Mazda's spirit of sports car, the RX-7 has won popularity among the customers since its 1978 launch. Mazda envisions the production of the current RX-7 model (FD-3S) to come to an end in August 2002.
The Spirit R series is available in three models: the Type A, a two-seater with a five-speed manual transmission; the Type-B, a four-seater with a five-speed manual transmission; and the Type-C, a four-seater with a four-speed automatic transmission. All three models are equipped with common interior and exterior features, such as BBS-manufactured 17-inch wheels, red brake calipers, and interior panels with a special soft coating, while each model shows off its own equipment to make a difference from the other.
The Type-A Spirit R is a two-seater model fitted with the Recaro-made exclusive red full bucket seats. These lightweight seats reduce the overall chassis weight of the vehicle by approximately 10 kg. Braking performance is enhanced through the use of large drilled type ventilated disk brakes for all four wheels and high rigid stainless mesh brake hoses. The Type-A Spirit R model is the ultimate RX-7, boasting the most outstanding driving performance in its history.

Nissan 370Z NISMO 2016
Though it has now been 45 years since the arrival of the original 240Z, its influence remains strong in the sports car world and in the design of the current generation 370Z Coupe. The iconic shape, formed by the combination of a short wheelbase, wide track, low center of gravity and fluid silhouette, is as instantly recognizable today as it was in 1970.
Even more than racing-inspired aerodynamic bodies and driver-oriented cockpit-style interiors, at its core NISMO is all about performance. To that end, the 370Z NISMO includes a potent 350-horsepower 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine with Variable Valve Event and Lift Control (VVEL). The 370Z NISMO's enhanced engine power and acceleration is provided through use of an exclusive H-configured exhaust system design and muffler tuning, along with optimized ECM (Engine Control Module) calibration, to help create 18 horsepower more than a standard 370Z. Torque is rated at 276 lb-ft.

Nissan GT-R R34 Skyline V-Spec
1999 has seen the introduction of the new Skyline R34 GT-R, with a wealth of history behind it and an enviable reputation to live up to. A 'super-evolution' of the model it replaced, the R34 GT-R is more advanced in every respect. Its body is stiffer and its aerodynamics package is further refined, and in V-spec features front and rear carbonfibre diffusers under the car, and dual wing adjustable aerofoil on the bootlid. Among the many technical refinements under the bonnet are twin ceramic intercooled Turbochargers, which effectively eliminate Turbo-lag. There is also more torque and better power delivery.
A six-speed Getrag transmission now delivers the engine's output to the wheels. Improvements have been made to the ATTESA four-wheel drive system, which features E-TS, or Electronic Torque Split. This gives the driver the entertainment of a 100 per cent rear-wheel drive car, together with the traction and safety of a 50:50 four-wheel drive system when conditions demand it. This is further backed up by 'intelligent' electronic limited-slip differential. Refinements to the Super HICAS rear-wheel steer system include an electronic yaw-rate Feedback Control System for even more precise control of the rear wheels in extreme situations.
Quicker Turbo response has also been achieved through the use of new Turbochargers. Power is fed through a new six-speed close ratio Getrag gearbox. The basic engine goes back some nine years and was first developed for racing. In racing specification the engine comfortably produces upwards of 507bhp.

Toyota AE86
The AE86 generation of the Toyota Sprinter Trueno is a small, lightweight coupe or hatchback introduced by Toyota in 1983.
In classic Toyota code, the 'A' represents the engine that came in the car (4A series), 'E' represents the Corolla, '8' represents the fifth generation (E80 series) and '6' represents the variation within this generation.
Even after production of the car was discontinued in 1987, many privateer teams still raced the AE86, and it is still a popular choice for rallying and club races today.
Part of the continued appeal of the AE86 for motorsports is its rear-drive configuration, a feature not available in most newer lightweight coupes.

Toyota Supra
In 1979 the Supra's 2.6-liter inline-6 engine was the first Toyota production engine to be equipped with electronic fuel injection. The Supra was available with both a manual and automatic transmission, and came standard with 4-wheel-independent suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes.
With the exception of minor styling updates, the next major change occurred in 1993, when the Supra entered the realm of supercars. Available in both Turbo and non-Turbo guise, the new Supra was a radical departure from Supras of old. Performance was now the name of the game, and many weight saving measures were employed -- Toyota went so far as to equip the vehicle with hollow carpet fibers and make the rear spoiler (optional on Turbo models) hollow.
The Turbo model was hailed by all major magazines as a true worldbeater. With 320hp, the vehicle was capable of 0-100 km/h sprints in under 5 seconds, and carried on to an electronically-limited top speed of 250 km/h. This was the highest level of performance, and the strongest commitment to performance, Toyota had ever placed in one vehicle.
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Message » 18 Mai 2016 19:27

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Message » 18 Mai 2016 19:29

Bon je sens que je vais passer à la caisse :oops:
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Message » 18 Mai 2016 19:56

Déjà fait :oops:
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