NVIDIA VR Funhouse
Step right up to VR Funhouse! VR Funhouse immerses gamers in a virtual carnival full of fun and games. With this latest update, VR Funhouse now supports mods, giving the community an incredible sandbox of possibilities for fun in VR!
Swap out your shooting gallery pistol for a Tommy gun, light the whack-a-mole’s hair on fire, or build your favorite carnival mini-game in VR. With VR Funhouse mods the possibilities are endless.
In addition to mod support, VR Funhouse features 7 mini-games set in a virtual carnival environment:
- Test your skill shooting targets with a pair of pistols at the Shooting Gallery or take aim at moving targets shot from a skeet cannon. These games feature PhysX which generates pervasive destruction that lets you see your impact on the environment.
- Splatter clowns with squirt guns and green goo, or break out a bow and fiery arrows to shoot targets up in flames. These games feature NVIDIA FleX and Flow technologies: Cloth, Fluids, and Fire. Cloth features realistic curtains and streamers. Fluids demonstrate realistic liquid when players blast a clown with goo. Flow enables realistic, volumetric fire simulation when you light your arrow on fire and shoot it from your bow.
- Mole Boxing and Whack-A- Mole features zany, smiley moles. You can’t wait to knock’em silly. These games showcase NVIDIA HairWorks, which simulate and render realistic hair and fur.
- VR Funhouse takes advantage of advanced NVIDIA VRWorks graphics features to improve performance and maximize image quality. VR SLI enables two GPUs to work in parallel to render graphics, with one GPU rendering the right eye and one GPU rendering the left eye. Combined with a 3rd GPU for PhysX, VR Funhouse brings both amazing graphics and physics fun.
- VRWorks Multi-res Shading speeds up performance in VR Funhouse by intelligently rendering full detail only where your eyes can see it.
VR Funhouse Mod Kit & Source
Modders can download the VR Funhouse Mod Kit, create their own mods, and share them with them with the world.
Game developers can access the full VR Funhouse source code from Github, and build their own games with the powerful NVIDIA GameWorks, PhysX, and VRWorks technology integrated into Unreal Engine 4 and VR Funhouse.