collapse

Welcome to VRTITTIES

A place for VR Porn Games, Oculus Rift Porn Games, Vive Porn Games, VR Porn Game Downloads & VR Sex Games.

Please feel free to discuss anything about Oculus Rift Porn Games, Vive Porn Games and VR Porn Games.

The answer to the anti spam question is facebook. If you have any issues registering then flick me an email or post as a guest. If you make an account you do not have to answer any anti spam questions after 10 posts.

You will need to sign up to the forum and make a number of posts before you can post links to other websites.

If you are ever looking at buying some VR Porn please use my affiliate links on the right sidebar.

Thanks,

VRTITTIES, New Zealand

Chelsearift@gmail.com


Author Topic: A quick experiment using an MMD model in Unreal 4  (Read 6061 times)

Syncret

  • VR Porn Fiend
  • ***
  • Posts: 54
A quick experiment using an MMD model in Unreal 4
« on: November 27, 2014, 08:41:14 PM »
Still working out the process, but here's my first experiment:
https://mega.co.nz/#!z442TQJb!JnS_VjbgRNBWb4M4dwjUGhHVePrZfn6RX7aj1I5Msaw

PornulusRift

  • VR Porn Fiend
  • ***
  • Posts: 91
    • PornulusRift
Re: A quick experiment using an MMD model in Unreal 4
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2014, 04:26:54 AM »
Looks pretty awesome.  Some recommendations I would make are:
Getting jutter / low fps with a 560ti, turning off shadows may help (was killing perf for me in unity).
Reduce clip distance, allows you to move your head closer.

Syncret

  • VR Porn Fiend
  • ***
  • Posts: 54
Re: A quick experiment using an MMD model in Unreal 4
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2014, 05:16:11 AM »
Good call on the clip distance - I'll experiment with that.
I'll see what else I can do to bring the framerate up - I haven't done any optimization on the model or its textures yet, so there's probably some latitude there, and for sure shadows can be a killer as well.

Thanks!

 

* Download VRtitties

* VRtitties Affiliate Links

* Forum Staff

Will admin Will
Administrator