Ship Simulator 2008 and FreeTrack 2.0 support

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    LeandroMBarreto
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    Any chance to get VR to work with Ship Simulator 2008?
    It has built-in support to NaturalPoint’s TrackIR, but it seems like the damm encryption won’t let it work. TrackIR Fixer won’t do it either. Am I doing something wrong?

    Alternatively, this game has already been tested with FreeTrack 2.0 protocol made by FaceTrackNoIR:
    http://sourceforge.net/p/facetracknoir/wiki/FreeTrack20/

    FreeTrack 2.0 is also compatible to hundreds (over 500+) of games:
    http://facetracknoir.sourceforge.net/compatibility/games.htm

    It would be great to have all these games ready to run with Trinus Gyre!
    Don’t know however if their “2.0” version would be the same from the official version (which is already 2.2):
    http://www.free-track.net/english/

    FaceTrackNoIR’s FreeTrack 2.0 source code (C++):
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/facetracknoir/

    I’m a .net developer if you want help with it.

    • This topic was modified 4 years, 8 months ago by Avatar LeandroMBarreto. Reason: fixing link
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    LeandroMBarreto
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    Ship Simulator 2008 is working on Trinus Gyre (FreeTrack protocol).
    I guess the problem was that I had to start the game before launching/connecting Trinus Gyre.
    Or maybe my installation of FaceTrackNoIR fixed something.

    Well, it may be as well just a weird error the game started throwing during launching after I installed SP3 and .Net Framework 4 (Windows XP). Maybe Trinus server couldn’t detect the right protocol during window switch because of that error alert being focused or something.

    #3375
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    LeandroMBarreto
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    Found out how to make it work, and possibly more 500+ games:
    http://oddsheepgames.com/?topic=adding-500-games-to-compatible-list

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