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Old 04-19-2021, 12:07 PM
JoeyB JoeyB is offline
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Remove disparity (same display in two eyes) in HMD

Goal: I'm trying to remove binocular disparity in HMD for an experiment on human vision. In other words, I need to project two identical displays to two eyes as they come from one camera.

Specs: I'm using Samsung Odyssey HMD. My experiment code is written in Python on Vizard IDE. There is a "steamvr" package in Vizard, which I use to create a <hmd> object to interface with HMD. The machine I'm using is MSI VR ONE with a 1070 graphic card.

Solution tried: I tried using "hmd.setIPD(0)" but the IPD (interpupillary distance) is always overwritten by the physical wheel on the HMD that adjusts the distance between two lenses.

Is there any other way I should try? Can I change some
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Old 08-25-2021, 10:07 AM
mspusch mspusch is offline
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Hi JoeyB,

I believe you got this solved with some help from our engineers in the closed support forum - would you mind posting the solution here as well for other researchers to learn from?

Thanks a lot,

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