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Titanic VR Demo

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From the award-winning studio that brought you Apollo 11 VR, prepare to experience the world's most famous ship as never before. A short teaser demo for the full experience, due for release in 2017.
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Immersive VR Education
Immersive VR Education
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590 or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
So for the 4 minutes of what the video is going on, it's very well done. Consider that it's just ne demo. I'm happy when the full game or video comes out!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Cute VR Demo Makes the Buck on more, but unfortunately after 5 Minutes and a short Debut is already over. You Can take a look, but I'm more excited about the finished Product.
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Microsoft from Spain
Brief experience. Good introduction of what can be a faithful reproduction in VR of the sad story of Titanic. Good atmosphere of music, albeit a little poor graphically. If you translate it into Spanish it will be an insured purchase. My computer: i75820K 8 Gb Ram. Gtx970.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Very short Demo for the size of the Download. However, the Demo is worth every single second And, together with the Music and Sound effects, transports An emotional Mood like they otherwise have only sad Dramas in Movies. Absolute Download recommendation. Since I already own Apollo 11, Titanic will also be dutiful for me
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Positive Features: Incredibly impressive Trailer Size of the Ship comes very well over Graphically well managed free Insight negative features: Unfortunately ultra short! When you sit so comfortably on your fishing bun and next to you the huge Titanic goes by in 3D and Life Size, then it's already brutally impressive! Had Really Goosebumps! Then, when you see the Wreck underwater, you can imagine the whole Tragedy that was unfolding at the time. I'm very excited about the Full Version of the VR experience! Unfortunately, the Demo ultra short, but still incredibly well designed and graphically top! I also included a Let's Play on my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t8QroIK2YE
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Microsoft from Deutsch
This Demo cost me some Time and Effort. I hadn't brought her to run in the first place. I thought only she is very Performance intense. The Picture Flickered every Second, walked away and the little Charging Screen has appeared. Since I wanted to upgrade anyway, I put it at the back. But even after Upgrading, she didn't go any better. CPU and Graphics Card get bored with only a few Percent (CPU Cores with 20-30% each, Graphics with 10-20% each). In the Remarks, a User Mentioned Kaspersky and if you turn him off, it's quicker. I was able to confirm That. After disabling for 5 min to the Test, it went Troubleshooting. After adding the TitanicVR Files to the Exceptions of program Protection, it also ran with active Kaspersky. I just wonder why all other VR Applications don't have the Problem. After you can now enjoy them, despite the Problems, I would like to recommend the very short Demo. Beautiful Graphic that is also nice to look at in the DK1. I'm curious to see if it goes further with the Development.
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