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Quote from: HornetMaX on September 15, 2019, 12:52:40 pmQuote from: Myst1cPrun3 on September 14, 2019, 05:08:11 pmMuch like the rest of Max Hud it seems to render in a fixed to the bikes when running In vr, it doesn't follow the headset.OK I see. Nothing I can do about that though: it would need PiBoSo to think about how plugin quads & strings renders in case of VR.
Can see what I mean in this vid, the helmet overlay does a similar thing:
In any case, the helmet rotation is tied to the bike roll, so in case of VR I'm not sure it makes much sense.
Quote from: Hawk on September 14, 2019, 10:24:41 amQuote from: Myst1cPrun3 on July 11, 2019, 11:49:40 pm
I wish I was old enough to see this live not gonna lie, absolutely bonkers gazza was
I beleave this was when riders(particularly Garry Mccoy) discovered what they could do with the new tyres that where introduced at that time.... Previously if riders had done that they would've shredded their rears. Lol!
But maybe now you realise why we oldies wish motoGP would go back to no electronics.... Not all riders have the throttle and weight shift skills to be able to control those kind of slides without electronics, and that's what made the difference between the top riders back in those days... Riders with real excellent rider skills and and those who where just normal good riders, unlike today where cause of the electronics most riders could be up with the front guys if they had the power to stay there; they might as well be on a scalextric track, hence we mostly see them bunched up together...
The differences in rider skills sets have been mostly leveled-out cause of the electronic aids they have these days.... No one particularly special, and if you think a guy like marquez is special then that might just make you realise how special people like Sheene, Roberts, Spencer, Lawson, Shwantz, Rainey, Gardner, ect, etc must have been back in the day when riders where real riders using their raw skills to control their bikes.
Back in the old days it was just magical to see each individuals rider skills and riding styles on display... Today they all seem same, same..... Just a sign of the times and degeneration of the sport these days I guess - (sigh).
Up the revolution.... Bring back the 2T GP500 Category!!
Quote from: Vini on September 14, 2019, 09:10:59 amI guess the leg dangle has to be dependent on the braking force. I don't see how you would do it otherwise if you don't want the leg to come out under the slightest braking which would look really strange.
The easier solution for now would be to give us the manual control option and then worry about perfecting the "dangle algorithm" later on.
Quote from: Hawk on September 14, 2019, 09:42:52 amLeg dangle looks very strange anyway..... Looks like they are panicking to slow down quick enough! Lol!