VorpX was the first to show a video showing the support for Oculus Rift DK2, including absolute positioning, and it seems that its author has already considered that he has a stable enough version to make it public. Version 0.7.1 of VorpX is now available for registered users and allows you to run some games that are not compatible with Oculus Rift on our DK2.
The update will arrive automatically to those who already have it installed, just run VorpX as we have always done. The features of this version are:
- Initial support (Alpha) for DK2
- Absolute positioning (for now only in Skyrim, although there will be more soon)
- G3D11 Geometry 3D Mode (Bioshock: Infinite, F1:2013, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, more coming soon)
- Game settings optimizer (about 15 titles at the moment, there will be more soon)
- More than 50 small fixes and improvements, including a decrease in latency, DK2 bleeding and easier configuration
- 15 new games including: F1:2013 (G3D/Z3D), FEAR1+2 (G3D/Z3D), Gone Home (G3D), Thief  (Z3D), Space Engineers (G3D/Z3D), The Stanley Parable (G3D/Z3D)
In addition to DK2 support, the Geometry mode for applications in DirectX 11 stands out in particular, which was previously limited to DirectX 9 titles. We can already enjoy DX11 titles such as Bioshock Infinite or Deus Ex Human Revolution in real 3D, and not in the Z-Buffer mode that we had in the previous version for DK1. We will take a look at it right away, and we also hope that those of you who have it will tell us your impressions. VorpX costs €29.99 and can be purchased here.