VorpX Update Released – DK2 Support, Early Positional Tracking, DX11 G3D Support and More (video)

The new version of VorpX, the 3D driver that lets you play non-VR games on your Oculus Rift, has just been released and it adds early support for the DK2, Geometry 3D support for DirectX 11 games and positional tracking for Skyrim. … Read the full article …

VorpX Update to Add Oculus Rift DK2 Support and More – Skyrim Positional Tracking Demo (video)

It's been a little while since VorpX, the 3D injection driver that allows you to use your Oculus Rift with many non-VR games, was released. VorpX was the first commercially available driver of its kind to be released to the public and allowed you to fire up Skyrim and wander the world in VR with head tracking and stereoscopic 3D. Now, VorpX developer Ralf Ostertag has announced that the next major release will add some cool new features, including support for the Oculus Rift DK2. … Read the full article …

Round-up: Simulation Racers With Oculus Rift Support

There's one genre that seems to be rushing to adopt the Oculus Rift - Racing Simulations. iRacing, LFS and Assetto Corsa all now support the Rift, we take a look. … Read the full article …

VorpX Version 0.64 Released—Brings Battlefield 4 and CoD: Ghosts Support to the Oculus Rift

As promised recently, a new update to the VR Injection driver vorpX, which brings support for Battlefield 4 and CoD: Ghosts is now available for download. … Read the full article …

Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty Ghosts Coming Soon to the Oculus Rift with New Version of VorpX VR Driver [video]

A soon to be released beta version of vorpX will bring support for not only Battlefield 4 but also Call of Duty: Ghosts to the Oculus Rift. Watch us preview BF4 support in a new video. … Read the full article …

VorpX Driver Preview: Skyrim, Fallout 3, BioShock, and More with the Oculus Rift — Unlock the VR in Your Games Library (videos)

We take an exclusive early look at VorpX, a new commercial 3D Driver from developer Ralf Ostertag which promises to graft Oculus Rift support onto existing games that were developed and released long before the Rift was even a twinkle in Palmer Luckey's eye. How well can it work? Let's find out. … Read the full article …