I tried doing this a few months ago and hit a giant roadblock... that roadblock being that no VNCs I could find are designed for gaming on ANY level even over wired lan, let alone wifi or through hotspots. Really disappointing because I do use and enjoy OnLive so there is no reason why such a system can't exist on a local wireless network, but if there is software out there that can accomplish it, I had zero luck finding it.
I'm not sure, but isn't OnLive sending you a video of the game you are playing, not the native game itself?
If that's the case you would be suprised how ***** the desktop would look like in a compressed video.
And even if there is a program to compress the screen at a reasonable resolution and bitrate:
Will your PC be able to encode in REALTIME the entire screen + processing your every move and send it through LAN?
I think not.
But again, I don't know what OnLive does exactly.
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08-20-2011, 02:05 AM
(This post was last modified: 08-20-2011, 02:06 AM by synce.)
Maybe look into VMware, I recall that had some 3D support. Still you'll probably get better results from your laptop lol
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VMWare may work but it's kinda pointless as it's a very expensive program some version 3K per license.