Just a couple of days after adding support for Oculus Rift DK2, Vireio takes a new step forward and adds support for absolute positioning using Matrix Translation. According to its creators, it should work automatically on all Vireio-compatible games, which has been a very pleasant surprise. Thanks to the nightly builds, we expect Vireio updates much more frequent than before.
At the moment some users who have tried it comment that it works well in Skyrim, we will try it as soon as we have the opportunity, since with VorpX something strange seemed to us and the camera made strange movements when moving the head. This is a first implementation, and in future versions they will add the possibility of activating and deactivating it, as well as adjusting the sensitivity in each game. At the moment you can download this new version here.
It may be that in some games there are some other graphic glitches with the textures, since the game does not expect the camera to move and, depending on the famous geometry culling, we could find small glitches. With Shift-R or F12 the orientation is reset and, as we have mentioned before, at the moment it is not possible to deactivate it (unless we cover the camera, of course). We are waiting for your impressions.