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Old 03-06-2010, 01:02 AM
atamasan atamasan is offline
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Stereoscopic view question

I have a question. When I use HMD, I know I must use viz.go(viz.HMD).
I can see 3D objects through the HMD. And I know the "ipd" should be set because the value is different each person. So I changed the value to see the effect of ipd. I changed like this:

But nothing changed. So, after that I tried again, like this.

This time(when I use viz.go(viz.STEREO|viz.HMD)), objects were rendered only right side of the window. What are the reasons for this? Please let me know.

PS I am using emagin's z800.

Thank you .
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:07 AM
Jeff Jeff is offline
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The viz.STEREO flag renders left and right eyes side by side. This is used for a device that works with passive stereo.

Try using the viz.QUAD_BUFFER flag if your graphics card supports quad buffered stereo.
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Old 03-09-2010, 09:13 PM
atamasan atamasan is offline
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Thank you very much for your advice.
O.K. I'll try using "viz.QUAD_BUFFER"

Thank you again.
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