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Hud Blur

Discussion in 'Project CARS' started by Coennos, May 14, 2015.

  1. Coennos

    Coennos
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    How to kill this blur on my hud,is there a possibility ?
     
  2. Kyle Pearson

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    Are you using Helmet Cam? If so, in the movement options there is a "Depth of Field" setting that you need to disable.
     
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  3. Andy Jackson

    Andy Jackson
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    My Hud is never blurred. Do you mean the instruments and dash switches?
     
  4. Coennos

    Coennos
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    Yep tire temp brake temp etc,and yes use helmet cam,thanks @Kyle Pearson :thumbsup:
     
  5. Arne Dopudja

    Arne Dopudja
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    I found the best setting is to use the helmet cam, 100 on world and gforce movements, no helmet shown, no helmet depth of field, look to apex 50, helmet leaning 75 and camera leaning 50. I raced in R07 with look to apex which followed your wheel and this feel about the same. LTA on 100 here is overkill.
     
  6. Sk3ptik0n

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    never understood this blur thing. DOF is one of the things the human eye adapts to the best. Why would I not want to see the gages?
     
  7. Arne Dopudja

    Arne Dopudja
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    Yeah, its ridiculous for the fact that you have the DOF kind of built into your eyes, so when racing, you are focused on the road and the motec is not in your focus anyway but you divert the focus from the road to the motec to see it. Why would you want to force the "drivers eyes" to lock onto the road is beyond me. But hey, atleast there is an option to turn it off so thats +1 point for them.