Arizona Sunshine , is it compatible after the new update ?

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  • DanteMDanteM Posts: 158
    admin said:

    Be aware that most VR game developers right now, including toppers like Survios (Raw Data) and Vertigo (Arizona Sunshine), make the majority of their revenues from the commercial entertainment market, not the consumer VR market. The Omni happens to be a great fit for commercial entertainment and will be in many VR arcades and gaming centers later this year, especially in China. This is the reason why game developers are starting to implement our SDK - to monetize their games via the Omni in commercial entertainment locations. In turn, those awesome games will likely be available to consumers as well.

    If that was the case then why is neither of those games named natively support the Omni? according to the Steam forums for both of those games, neither actually works with the Omni :/ ... do the "talks" with the dev's happen to include Virtuix offering them a paid contact or paying them money to incorporate the SDK into their game? Cause that would make this much easier on you and it gives them incentive. Idk about china but there isn't really a large market for VR arcades in the US and not a large user base of Omni's in general to give most dev's any reason to use the SDK without making some money off it. Plus it gives you more publicity for Omni and Virtuix in general.

    Can we get a straight answer if the forums are right or not?
    Does Arizona Sunshine support the Omni or not?

    Also Admin have you guys reached out to Radioactive games? their email is support@radioactivegame.com and their Open world Zombie survival game would be AMAZING on the Omni, it's like DayZ or H1Z1 but in VR and that would be legit as ****. They said they never "We haven't looked into Omni SDK, but we sure will. Thank you for suggestion!" when I asked them about it. You should get your dev contact team on this asap that game is gonna be sick with omni support.
  • samisami Posts: 39
    DanteM said:

    admin said:

    Idk about china but there isn't really a large market for VR arcades in the US and not a large user base of Omni's in general to give most dev's any reason to use the SDK without making some money off it. Plus it gives you more publicity for Omni and Virtuix in general.

    Can we get a straight answer if the forums are right or not?
    Does Arizona Sunshine support the Omni or not?

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  • XainXain Posts: 89
    @sami Honestly? They do not seem all that interested in providing the answers to my questions.
    forum.virtuix.com/discussion/2979/where-are-the-omni-arcades#latest
  • samisami Posts: 39
    sami said:

    DanteM said:

    admin said:

    Idk about china but there isn't really a large market for VR arcades in the US and not a large user base of Omni's in general to give most dev's any reason to use the SDK without making some money off it. Plus it gives you more publicity for Omni and Virtuix in general.

    Can we get a straight answer if the forums are right or not?
    Does Arizona Sunshine support the Omni or not?

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    Here is what people are saying on Sairento VR discussion on steam :


    what we have been saying is simply logic ..... devs to support omni SDK is a dream that will never happen , virtuix need to do something very quickly .. something like .. get that cash out of your pockets.
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  • DanteMDanteM Posts: 158
    sami said:

    sami said:

    DanteM said:

    admin said:

    Idk about china but there isn't really a large market for VR arcades in the US and not a large user base of Omni's in general to give most dev's any reason to use the SDK without making some money off it. Plus it gives you more publicity for Omni and Virtuix in general.

    Can we get a straight answer if the forums are right or not?
    Does Arizona Sunshine support the Omni or not?

    .

    THIS +

    Here is what people are saying on Sairento VR discussion on steam :


    what we have been saying is simply logic ..... devs to support omni SDK is a dream that will never happen , virtuix need to do something very quickly .. something like .. get that cash out of your pockets.
    That's what I said, they should be making contracts and giving paid incentives to devs that add in the SDK for support. They would still make bank and help repair their reputation which world wide is even worse than cyberth now and that makes me sad cause I like this thing.
  • adminadmin Posts: 134
    Yes, we are actively working on this as a high priority. We are talking with more than 20 game developers about integrating our SDK and monetizing their game in our channel, and we continue to add more names to our list. Rest assured that more top content is on the way. Also, please continue to let us know what games you'd like to see and what studios to reach out to!
  • samisami Posts: 39
    admin said:

    Yes, we are actively working on this as a high priority. We are talking with more than 20 game developers about integrating our SDK and monetizing their game in our channel, and we continue to add more names to our list. Rest assured that more top content is on the way. Also, please continue to let us know what games you'd like to see and what studios to reach out to!

    thats awsome !

    Arizona sunshine is a must ! I think it is really suitable for the omni .. trying to think of other games , but I cannot come up with anything , lets be honest , Current VR games are not so great , nothing really stands out. just arizona sunshine for me at the moment , and hopefully new games that come out , you can try to talked to devs that are making "Stifled" looks like a cool game that uses locomotion. also SYREN from Hammerhead Games , Wilson’s Heart from Twisted Pixel , Get Even from The Farm 51

    but official mods would be cool ! maybe mods for Resident Evil 7 , Alien Isolation , Fallout 4 , GTA 5 , Skyrim , Doom , Firewatch , Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture , Layers of Fear , The Witness ... etc

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  • DanteMDanteM Posts: 158
    sami said:


    but official mods would be cool ! maybe mods for Resident Evil 7 , Alien Isolation , Fallout 4 , GTA 5 , Skyrim , Doom , Firewatch , Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture , Layers of Fear , The Witness ... etc

    Resident evil 7 is getting a VR port at the end of the year that would be better than the mod.

    Radioactive is coming out soon and would be awesome with Omni support.
  • RABIDRABID Posts: 105
    admin said:

    Yes, we are actively working on this as a high priority. We are talking with more than 20 game developers about integrating our SDK and monetizing their game in our channel, and we continue to add more names to our list. Rest assured that more top content is on the way. Also, please continue to let us know what games you'd like to see and what studios to reach out to!

    can you reach out to your own team to add oculus rift touch controllers support to Omni Arena and to Travr Shadow ops?
  • adminadmin Posts: 134
    Awesome, thanks! Just send us more names anytime. Hi RABID, yes, we'll look into that.
  • XainXain Posts: 89
    Hm, does The Gallery Call of the Starseed have it? I remember walking into a wishing well they had in the game and saw Virtuix Omni written on the walls.
  • RABIDRABID Posts: 105
    Quell 4D needs omni support. its a great retro style shooter.
    http://quellvr.com/
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