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3d rFactor

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by FerrariMan96, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. FerrariMan96


    Hi Guys!

    Does anyone know how to run rfactor (or GTR Evo) in 3D (anaglyphic - as in red/cyan glasses)?

    I have seen a few vids on Youtube and would like to know how it's done.

    Is there a mod? I downloaded IZ3D's free anaglyphic driver but (at least in GTR Evo) there is a HUGE amount of ghosting.

    Thanks to anyone who can help!

  2. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld
    RaceDepartment Founder Staff Premium

    Does rFactor support 3D?
  3. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

    Hehe just tried it! Works well in Evo, all you need to do is set it up:
    To make close things don't look doubled you need to press shift + numpad -
    If the far away things look doubled you need to press numpad -, you need to set it up so they only look doubled in a comfortable level.
    Should be the same in all games, including rFactor.
    I have to say it's pretty impressive (especially the cockpit), it ruins colours however, and gives you a headache after a while, and I still see things in double LOL. Cool for trying, but for long term gaming I don't recommend it.
  4. Mattia Gottardi

    Mattia Gottardi

    i know that is possible also using the stereoscopic 3d vision..... you need a 120Hz monitor and the special glasses that you use also in the cinema!!! ;)

  5. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

    Did a bit of research:
    The red/blue glasses, which I have, are the worst:p
    The red/cyan glasses are better (as they have the RGB colors), but still they have 30% color loss
    The green/magenta glasses only have 10% color loss, somebody even said it's better than nVidia's 3D
    The (amber)yellow/blue (or color code) glasses are said to be even better, but not that common.

    iz3d can do all of them:) Here is a little guide:
    For Red/Cyan users: http://www.3dtv.at/Knowhow/AnaglyphComparison_en.aspx (color matrixes)

    How to change custom color in iz3d driver can be found here:

    Edit: I'll go to town and get my new yellow/blue glasses tomorrow I think, they're very cheap:)

    BTW forgot to post this, but here it is an example from Race On, how does the red/cyan look like (should be similar in rF too)
    Race On.jpg
  6. Miguel Gonzalez

    Miguel Gonzalez

    anyone tried with the new 3d glasses that they give you when you see 3d movies nowadays? I have bout 4 pairs of them lying around (they charge you like 4 bucks on your ticket just for the damn glasses, return after the movie my ass!) and ive been wondering if it'd work with rfactor. Im pretty sure my gfx card is able to run 3d just never had the equipment =P
  7. April Dillon

    April Dillon

    If you're talking about the polarized glasses, they won't work. I'm not sure what the exact reason is, but they're incompatible with most TVs and monitors.

    I think nVidia have drivers which enable this as well out now too, don't they? The red/cyan filter kind. Although that probably only works on nVidia graphics cards. And what's more, Trackmania United and Minecraft support the effect natively.
  8. Lukasz Matlak

    Lukasz Matlak

    As Marcus wrote - easiest way to run rFactor (and many other games) in 3D is use NVIDIA graphic card - but you have to have Windows Vista or 7. Here are details and instructions http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-discover-main.html . It's very easy - you just turn on using 3D in NVIDIA Panel and everytime you want to play in 3D you have to press CTRL + T in game. I tried it only in red-cyan technology and here is effect (red-cyan glasses required):
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