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Quake and the VFX1
Quake and the VFX1
Published: 2014/11/26
Channel: CelGenStudios
Forte VFX1 Virtual Reality Headgear Review (1995) - Silicon Classics #5
Forte VFX1 Virtual Reality Headgear Review (1995) - Silicon Classics #5
Published: 2012/11/17
Channel: SiliconClassics
(16 бит тому назад S03E13) VR-шлем VFX1
(16 бит тому назад S03E13) VR-шлем VFX1
Published: 2016/10/15
Channel: Дмитрий Бачило
Playing with the VFX1 Virtual Reality System
Playing with the VFX1 Virtual Reality System
Published: 2014/04/15
Channel: Rick Osgood
Forte VFX1 - Virtual Reality Headgear From 1995
Forte VFX1 - Virtual Reality Headgear From 1995
Published: 2017/07/09
Channel: RetroGamerBunny
Forte VFX1 promotional video 1995 @ 60fps
Forte VFX1 promotional video 1995 @ 60fps
Published: 2016/06/20
Channel: Upscaler Daemon
VFX1 on Laptop with head tracking
VFX1 on Laptop with head tracking
Published: 2011/09/19
Channel: mellott124
Forte VFX1 Promotional Video
Forte VFX1 Promotional Video
Published: 2008/04/08
Channel: vuzix
vfx1
vfx1
Published: 2015/10/27
Channel: Amogh Paradkar
A little Macross History... The VFX-1
A little Macross History... The VFX-1
Published: 2008/03/24
Channel: joshua1riot
4K 10min  ♡Peaceful♡ ✫Sparkling Space✫ Colorful Motion Background 2160p AA VFX 1
4K 10min ♡Peaceful♡ ✫Sparkling Space✫ Colorful Motion Background 2160p AA VFX 1
Published: 2017/10/15
Channel: Chu Angelbaby
sawyerarms vfx 1 test
sawyerarms vfx 1 test
Published: 2015/02/02
Channel: Sawyer A
VFX 1
VFX 1
Published: 2016/03/07
Channel: theDXT
VFX-1 Phobias
VFX-1 Phobias
Published: 2012/08/26
Channel: VRtifacts
Look through the Forte VFX1 with Games
Look through the Forte VFX1 with Games
Published: 2017/07/16
Channel: RetroGamerBunny
ALIENWARE 15 R3 - Best Laptop For Video Editing & VFX?
ALIENWARE 15 R3 - Best Laptop For Video Editing & VFX?
Published: 2018/02/18
Channel: Surfaced Studio
Another early VFX1 linkbox video
Another early VFX1 linkbox video
Published: 2011/09/18
Channel: mellott124
VFX1
VFX1
Published: 2017/06/30
Channel: Creative Motion GFX by Visha Chander
vfx 1
vfx 1
Published: 2017/08/25
Channel: walid derouiche
Escape Studios - Escapee VFX1
Escape Studios - Escapee VFX1
Published: 2010/06/16
Channel: Escape Studios
Just VFX [1]
Just VFX [1]
Published: 2012/01/21
Channel: DazzeVFX
vfx1
vfx1
Published: 2017/03/06
Channel: Marksoren Soren
vfx1
vfx1
Published: 2015/09/10
Channel: phylemone chrys
VESTAX VFX-1 New silk prints Sample
VESTAX VFX-1 New silk prints Sample
Published: 2010/01/14
Channel: SOUNDACTIVE
VFX1. LOM-KA-ZIP FILM PRODUCTION
VFX1. LOM-KA-ZIP FILM PRODUCTION
Published: 2010/08/03
Channel: lomkazipfilmproduc
DJ SKD 2009 December Mix with VCI-300 and VFX-1
DJ SKD 2009 December Mix with VCI-300 and VFX-1
Published: 2009/12/20
Channel: noudo
VFX1
VFX1
Published: 2010/08/25
Channel: godwin robby
VFX1   Replace Fluid Pressure Regulator
VFX1 Replace Fluid Pressure Regulator
Published: 2017/10/04
Channel: Jason Kessler
CRA14 KhorChinLeong VFX1
CRA14 KhorChinLeong VFX1
Published: 2017/10/26
Channel: Chung Horkit
VFX1
VFX1
Published: 2008/01/15
Channel: Goddard11
unboxing of the vestax vfx1 and the must have sippy cup
unboxing of the vestax vfx1 and the must have sippy cup
Published: 2011/09/22
Channel: fathom dj
''Rather Be Bad'' Cod Bo2 Sv 14 Edit By Ace Vfx 1
Published: 2016/11/02
Channel: PulseBlanksy
Complete VFX1 linkbox before chassis
Complete VFX1 linkbox before chassis
Published: 2011/04/09
Channel: mellott124
Sukij Praputthakorn VFX 1
Sukij Praputthakorn VFX 1
Published: 2015/08/18
Channel: Wentworth Institute
Mix Session #4 by DJ Tifoso (Vestax VCI-300MKII VFX-1)
Mix Session #4 by DJ Tifoso (Vestax VCI-300MKII VFX-1)
Published: 2010/10/27
Channel: Maximillian Yu
Felik Pukiat VFX 1
Felik Pukiat VFX 1
Published: 2015/08/18
Channel: Wentworth Institute
amr salman hani tiby advert egypt graphic vfx 1-3
amr salman hani tiby advert egypt graphic vfx 1-3
Published: 2010/06/06
Channel: hogobingo
CRA14 LimJoVin VFX 1
CRA14 LimJoVin VFX 1
Published: 2017/10/26
Channel: Chung Horkit
Early VFX1 Linkbox work
Early VFX1 Linkbox work
Published: 2011/03/04
Channel: mellott124
Short VFX #1: Smash
Short VFX #1: Smash
Published: 2014/02/01
Channel: Heinzyboo
Speed Intro (VFX 1 Project)
Speed Intro (VFX 1 Project)
Published: 2014/08/24
Channel: Peter Ramos
Showreel Jules Gaget VFX 1 1
Showreel Jules Gaget VFX 1 1
Published: 2014/06/02
Channel: julio dlv
vestax vfx-1
vestax vfx-1
Published: 2013/03/01
Channel: Domenech Hiram
VFP Ad Agency - vfx1
VFP Ad Agency - vfx1
Published: 2014/04/18
Channel: VIDEOS FOR PROMO
2100 City VFX 1
2100 City VFX 1
Published: 2014/05/15
Channel: MJKwork Northumbria
Frostbite - Half Life 2 Machinima Series Intro - VFX #1
Frostbite - Half Life 2 Machinima Series Intro - VFX #1
Published: 2010/11/05
Channel: atb.media
BIFROST VFX #1
BIFROST VFX #1
Published: 2015/04/22
Channel: Daniel Molinyawe
Vestax vci 300+vfx-1
Vestax vci 300+vfx-1
Published: 2010/02/22
Channel: ajftl
VFX1 Showreel
VFX1 Showreel
Published: 2009/11/16
Channel: H Solanki
VFX1
VFX1
Published: 2009/05/07
Channel: 630633
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Forte VFX1
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Forte VFX1 Headgear
Developer Forte Technologies, Inc.
Release date 1995
Introductory price $695
Display Dual 263 x 230 color LCD displays
Platform IBM-Compatible PC, ISA bus, MS-DOS

The Forte VFX1 was a consumer-level head-mounted display marketed during the mid-1990s. It comprised a helmet, a handheld controller, and an ISA interface board, and offered head-tracking, stereoscopic 3D, and stereo audio.[1]

History[edit]

The VFX1 was developed in the early 1990s by Forte Technologies, Incorporated. It was released in 1995 with an MSRP of US$695 and an average retail price of $599, and was sold in the US in retail stores including CompUSA and Babbage's. It was superseded by Interactive Imaging Systems' VFX3D in 2000.

Features[edit]

Lenses inside the visor
Cyberpuck handheld controller

Visual: The helmet featured dual 0.7" 263 x 230 LCD displays capable of 256 colors. Optics comprised dual lenses with adjustable focus and interpupillary distance. Field of view was 45 degrees diagonally.

Auditory: The helmet included built-in stereo speakers and a condenser microphone. Audio signals were routed to the sound card's line in/out jacks.

Tracking: Head movements were tracked with internal sensors for pitch (70 degrees), roll (70 degrees), and yaw (360 degrees). A hand-held controller called the Cyberpuck offered three buttons and internal sensors for pitch and roll. It could emulate a mouse, and connected to the helmet via an ACCESS.bus interface cable.

VIP Interface Board

Interface: Audio, video, and tracking information was transmitted via the VIP Board, a 16-bit ISA card that received video input from the video card's 26-pin VESA feature connector and routed audio signals to the sound card's line in/out via external 1/8" audio jacks. Audio, video, and tracking data was exchanged with the headset via a single proprietary 8-foot cable, which could be daisy-chained for improved mobility.

System requirements[edit]

  • IBM-Compatible PC with 386 CPU[2]
  • VGA video card with 26-pin VESA feature connector
  • 16-bit ISA expansion slot for VIP board
  • MS-DOS 5.0 or later
  • 500kb free hard drive space for drivers and utilities
  • 20kb conventional memory for drivers
  • Optional: stereo sound card

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