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  • [INFO] RO2 TrackIR support!

    Yes Please!!!

    Over at the NaturalPoint forums:

    Originally posted by NaturalPoint - Seth
    The next big shooters in our sights are Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad and Battlefield 3. The developers of both titles have responded positively to the idea of integrating TrackIR, so we are quite hopeful on both fronts.

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    Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

    Ohh...That would be EPIC!!!






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    • #3
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      Holy crap! Finally a reason to dust off my ole TrackIR.


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      • #4
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        holy crap that's so amazing what's trackir?!

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        • #5
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          I really need to get a trackir sometime.

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          • #6
            Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

            This is what Track IR is
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            • #7
              Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

              hmm. looks interesting, but seems unintuitive and awkward to move your head and keep your eye on the screen. I'm sure it works great, and it's cool for the people that like it, but Im not sold. Thanks for the video, though.

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              • #8
                Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

                It looks like a wonderful system, but I'm not about to drop the money for it. If any TG'rs use it in RO2 once it releases, would you be so kind to post feedback and maybe a gameplay video or two? Just something for down the road.

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                • #9
                  Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

                  $5 says RO2 implements TrackIR support while BF3 skips it :)

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                  • #10
                    Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

                    looks neat for air vehicles and sort of neat for ground vehicles. I need my cross-hair to go where my mouse is in the center of the screen for infantry. otherwise you are adding way too many degrees of freedom to the control of your cross-hair. I dont want to scope in and not be focused on what I was just focused on.

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                    • #11
                      Re: RO2 TrackIR support!

                      There is a free version for ARMA. http://facetracknoir.sourceforge.net/home/default.htm
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