Learn how flexible Shadow technology is!
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Hey y’all I just started learning Blender for a research project. I found that using shadow on my iPad has led to some really cool tricks with the Apple Pencil and blender. I don’t know too much but I thought it would be great to start a thread for people to ask questions and help each other in learning blender.
Hello all, Just wondering if and how far people have gone with streaming using Shadow as their base? I’ve been playing with the idea of using Shadow as my platform for streaming D&D sessions - Using a display dice system via Discord, using Webcam captures etc to offer a visual element so that those tuning in can see myself and the players. I’m just wondering if anyone else has used Shadow for similar things and what success they’ve had? Biggest issue I’ve found so far is using peripherals over IP - Logitech C920 HD Pro webcam just goes green and jitters even though I’m using a 108MBps connection. Understandably it isn’t a foolproof way of routing but you all get the idea! Anyway, any ideas, suggestions or effective ways of doing this would be greatly appreciated or just a chat about your streaming ventures with Shadow! Have a good one all!
i have a trustmaster T300 alcatara edition I've been trying to use this on shadow for a long time but I can't get it to work it works a bit but the force feed back doesn't work i have installed all the drivers but then the healing send no longer works can anyone help me?
Will we ever get virtualization support and Always on Function? Thsi would be so that we can run emulators like MEMU with bots like Gnbots? It also woudl be nice to be abel to leave your shadow on without timeout so you can leave somethgin running and come back to it. Mayeb another level of service or somthing?
Hi guys 'n gals, Hats off for the forum. That was a great idea. I'm working in my introduction in the other thread, but a question came to mind right away. What's the status of ShadowVR? I've been using Virtual Desktop in Shadow and even though it runs okay, I'm looking forward to using the actual Oculus Link within Shadow. I know they are working on a VR ‘project’ and I'm very interested in that. Any info is much appreciated!
Shadow is indeed worth buying. From my 1 year experience I've only had one issue. But when I contacted them, they replied within an hour or two and fixed it. I use it to stream, edit videos, and play video games. I have never got an fps drop nor lagging issues. So is it worth buying? Yes.
So I heard that Shadow supports Android and iOS mobile devices, aka your phone and tablet. I was wondering, however, how would you be able to play PC-made games that weren’t designed for mobile. Do you need a controller? Will Shadow give you on-screen controls? What happens and how does it work?
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