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Carbonade 2011-09-05 21:50

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LyRiCs (Post 1660350)
yes, also with facetracknoir it works with punkbuster, played on NEW for 1 hour


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Does it work in helicopters for you?

When I jump in choppers, the movement appears a lot more laggy than in jets.

Redamare 2011-09-05 21:55

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
oh wow ....

I was messing around yesterday flying jets and helos using a Wired Xbox controller and this would be a good addition to my little experiment ;)

the link for facetracknoir is
http://facetracknoir.sourceforge.net...s/download.htm

keep in mind that Facetracknior is currently uncompilable with newer processors such as i3 and i5
"info under known bugs"

It wasnt working with mine and i am running an i5

( NEW ) I actually downloaded it again got it up and running after the stupid Waterfall procedure error went away after uninstalling the IPP library Intel crap thingy . . NOW only trying to figure out how to get the Facetrack Noir to work with the BF2 Freelook and work with the game .... looking for tips :P

LyRiCs 2011-09-06 11:46

i have an i7 and it works...

hm, i didnt tried a jet, only helicopter and some cars like HMV..

the sensivity is different in jets? sounds not normal ^^




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Orford 2011-09-06 14:11

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
I tried freetracknoir, but i wear glasses so the reflection from my lenses would throw off the tracking. However with no glasses it work perfectly although moving my head dont mean crap if i cannot see the screen without my glasses on. Win7 64 bit on a i5 OC to 3.8ghz.

I went back to using freetrack and a home made IR led setup for my headset. Will take a look at this addon.

Mora 2011-09-06 14:12

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
I get an error :/

http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/7024/unledpwk.png

Edit: Oh i had to uninstall IPP-runtime and get a working one from http://www.seeingmachines.com/produc...api/downloads/


Is there a way to make the middle dead zone smaller? Also there is a really annoying delay in movement. About 1 second. A killer if you ask me.

Tte.oteo 2011-09-06 15:43

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
wolud be nice to see a video playing like infantry with this addon ... anyway i will try to use it.

Elektro 2011-09-06 16:01

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Does this affect the missile system? As in the pilot being able to launch a missile from a 180 degree angle?

Q2M100 2011-09-06 16:17

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Redamare (Post 1660369)
keep in mind that Facetracknior is currently uncompilable with newer processors such as i3 and i5
"info under known bugs"

It wasnt working with mine and i am running an i5

To clarify things for everyone, by newer processors he means Sandybridge processors.

If you have a Sandybridge and still want to use facetracknoir, either wait for update 1.6 or donate to the facetrack devs and they will give you the 1.6 beta.

t23d 2011-09-06 18:13

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by *NwA*Orford (Post 1660855)
I tried freetracknoir, but i wear glasses so the reflection from my lenses would throw off the tracking. However with no glasses it work perfectly although moving my head dont mean crap if i cannot see the screen without my glasses on. Win7 64 bit on a i5 OC to 3.8ghz.

I went back to using freetrack and a home made IR led setup for my headset. Will take a look at this addon.


Contact lenses FTW! :p

Gorkounov 2011-09-07 02:53

Re: BF2FreeLook - head tracking, mouselook, snap and pan views
 
Does this work for TrackIR software? Can't seem to get it working


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