Virtual Reality Walk-Through of Ent-D

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  1. Trekker4747

    Trekker4747 Boldly going... Premium Member

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    Relatively limited right now to only a couple of decks and handful of rooms but you can certainly see the possibilities in it and the creator does have ambitions to do the whole ship. The program is VR-ready.
     
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  2. Mark_Nguyen

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    The battle bridge and nacelle tube control room are a treat!

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    It was good that the nacelle control room was able to find new life as Voyager's Main Engineering - it's a decent set!
     
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    It would seem the people behind this project are really dedicated to it and not like any previous projects we've seen of this nature. There's been another update to the project this last week that improves some aspects of the simulation and adds some "functionality" to it including warping between locations, the warp-travel effect being seen through the windows, being able to pilot a shuttle, and some other little details. It's really very interesting what they're doing here, hell they've put a LOT of thought into something as what you'd think be simple, the turbolift network.

     
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    This is one of the coolest fan creations that I have ever seen.
     
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  7. Leathco

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    I've toyed with this a bit, it's pretty fun!
     
  8. GeorgeKirk

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    The lack of directional signage in the corridors is really glaring. Sure, the deck number is on the door labels, but how do you know if you're forward or aft, port or starboard? Maybe those extras we see walking the corridors on the show aren't on their way anywhere, they're just lost.
     
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    The compartments are usually numbered. The system is detailed in the TNG TM.
     
  10. Mytran

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    Has anyone else noticed that the Okudragrams on the corridor walls are on the wrong side? They should be on the outer wall of the curve, not the inner:
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  11. trekfan39

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    Actually both sides of the hallways had Okudragrams on them at times.
     
  12. Mytran

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    Since that would have involved completely rebuilding the set, I doubt it.
    However, I'm happy to be proved wrong, if you have any links or screencaps?
     
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    trekfan39 Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Are you talking about the labels on the walls or the Black panel that runs all the way down the corridor ?
    I though you were talking about the labels when you when you said Okudragrams but after thinking about it I guessing you mean the black panels that sometimes are shown to have back lite Okudragrams behind them. And you are correct the panels are on the wrong side.
     
  14. Mytran

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    Sorry, yes I should have explained it better. It doesn't help that those corridor Okudagrams spent most of the series being switched off! ;)