Changing the game experience doesn't have to change the game play. With Visus, you will still play games the way you play best, by ( a gaming) mouse and keyboard. Being immersed and feeling like you're running in the game doesn't mean literally running in the middle of your room for hours; cool but not that practical. So with Visus, the heritage of the PC game play is being kept while VR takes you into an another dimension.
The ($29, when purchased with Visus) Tridef 3d conversion software, which Visus uses for 3d stereoscopic conversion of PC games to be used in VR, is officially compatible with all major PC games and for new releases or unknown games, Tridef software has an advanced generic profile that can be configured to work with any DirectX-powered PC game until the official profile is released. If you are not sure about the game compatibility, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a quick response. Click here for the current official supported games (not including some of the new releases, which for now, are supported through the advanced generic profile).
All First Person PC (DirectX) games including AAA games like Battlefield, ARMA, Far Cry, Dying Light and Skyrim are compatible. For the first time, being able to feel you are actually holding the gun in ARMA 3, feeling the rush when jumping from building to building in Dying Light, and looking down the cliff in Skyrim, are life-like experiences that can’t be described in words.
Experience the amazing 8-bit world of Minecraft like Steve does. Experience making homes like Steve does. Fight the zombies like Steve does. Make roller coaster and ride them, just like Steve does. In another words, be Steve and step into the amazing mysterious 8-bit world of Minecraft. Just in case if you don’t know, Steve is the guy in Minecraft with the blue shirt. (Please note because Minecraft is a non-DirectX OpenGL game, it does NOT support the Tridef software and instead it can be converted to stereoscopic 3d with the free Mine-Crift PC software. The link to download the latest stable versions of the Mine-Crift software will be provided here. Even with some heavy shaders, Minecraft is still a simple game and if you don’t have a 600+ Nvidia GTX graphics card, you could just buy the the lowest end GTX 600 or 700 series graphics card for about $100 and step into the amazing world of MInecraft for the first time.)