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Old 02-18-2015, 04:26 AM
yudhidayak yudhidayak is offline
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Cluster master/client problem

Dear all,

We have the CornerCavern VR System at our engineering centre. It seems that we have a problem with the cluster master (?) where objects on screen appear 'double' (not focus) even though we wear the Stereo glasses.

The page (http://docs.worldviz.com/vizard/Conn...ur_cluster.htm) shows that if we launch the Vizard Cluster Client, the window shows:
"**Received ping from RENDERER2 (10.24.5.145)"
but, it did not appear on our system.
I assumed (I may be wrong) the Vizard Cluster Client does not receive any signal.

Any advice and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
(Apologies if this topic has been discussed)

Kind regards,
Yudhi
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Old 02-18-2015, 05:26 AM
Jeff Jeff is offline
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Are the images on both walls matching up and synced with each other? If so, then it sounds like you have the cluster setup properly. The double image maybe due to inverted stereo. On that machine you can go into the nvidia control panel under 'Manage 3D settings'. Try changing the 'Stereo - Swap Eyes' setting.
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