AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hello there,

I made some panorama's  in nXt.

Now i bought a Gear VR.

Is there anyone who knows how to make a stereoscopic panorama in nXt?

I can make a left eye and a right eye panorama but I don't know how to glue (stitch)  those two and view them in a Gear VR

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I don't think you can do it.

If you render left and right eye, it can only work when looking in the original direction. As you rotate the view, you would need to rotate the viewing points as well (your eyes moving round).

I think you would have to render two animations with the viewpoint rotating as the view rotates from each eye.

Thats true.

I am now working on a animation with panorma's (can do that with nXt)

Although on the web you can find 3d panorama's and even 3d_360 video's from rendered loopings so I think is should be possible to render them in accurender any way.

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