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rust+ app cameras#15491

be able to access a camera via the rust+ app

a year ago
4

Not likely to happen as something with the game installed needs to connect to the same server and render those images to then stream them to your phone.

a year ago
7

Would be very helpfull :)

a year ago
2
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That would just be an advantage on most monuments, and a bother to have set up. I’f you dont constantly use your phone you would be at a disadvantage

a year ago
1

This is something which is more or less impossible to do. It means the server would have to render a virtual player which sees everything and stream this data to your app. Just rendering in you as a player to see cameras ect, would take up more performance than most highpopservers have without a single player on
.

a year ago
3

You would have to install the whole game on your phone and render the whole server on your phone

a year ago
8

@The Electrician this would be an actual way to do it though for most ppl quite impossible.

a year ago
Changed the status to
Researching
a year ago
9
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Стиву Джобсу тоже все говорили что это невозможно !

3 months ago
2
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Steve Jobs was also told that this is impossible!

3 months ago
1

I would still be ok with some slimmed down texture installer and soforth that ran a mini rust client on my phone, or what about releaseing a pi version that works along those lines?

3 months ago

Peccato era una bellissima idea, grazie per avermi considerato Nell’idea

3 months ago

Too bad it was a great idea, thanks for considering me in the idea

3 months ago

You could theoretically do that if they have to game opened, that would require leaving rust opened. I would do that . And you guys just make it stream the capurred stream to a IP or a streaming service and integrate it into the rust+

2 months ago
1

I would probably just leave rust running in background connect to the server all the time.

2 months ago
1

True @Jhanic Satori, they could charge a tax to mantain their broadcast server or third party like this, using the client computer to render and stream the feed. It doesn’t even need to be high resolution.

@Alistair McFarlane couldn’t instead render of 3D vid just be a 2D thermal like feed? a smartphone app could render this easily. Did you guys tried something like this? The server could feed a bitmap/matrix with the info necessary to render on the mobile app.

using something client p2p upload would be cool if doable.
anyways thank you for the attention. You guys at facepunch are really great devs. Hope some day I make a game with update rate like you guys.

2 months ago