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I am having issue with the built in VR viewer, the motion tracking is extremely jumpy and disorienting, It is totally useless for clients as motion sickness sets in with in seconds, I have had to use external programs and they are becoming an encumbering step to the process
I'm having trouble with the 3D viewer app and google cardboard.
I have a Samsung S7 Edge, using Chief Architect 3d Viewer version 22.214.171.1247 and Google Cardboard D-Scope Pro VR headset. I have Chief Architect Interiors X9 on my computer at work. It runs Windows 7 Professional with i5-6500@ 3.2 GHz and AMD Radeon R7 350x Card. I've tried to use this app twice with two different VR headsets (The google cardboard I mentioned and an Oculus) and neither seems to be working properly. When I put the phone in the glasses, I can clearly see my rendering. But I cannot manipulate the rendering at all. I cannot move closer to it, or turn it, or "look around" it.
Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, or there is a support application needed to make it work properly.
I'm able to see a menu button, which I can open with the glasses on, but I am unable to click VR Entry.
Does anyone know anything about this or how to fix it?
Hope I can describe this issue successfully. So I have wanted to jump on the VR craze and was glad to see CA getting on board. Bought the CA-branded cardboard and and purchased a nifty set of VR goggles. Tried them both with a variety of phones, including iPhone 5s, iPhone 6s, a new Android but they don't physically fit in either viewers. CA tech says the only phone that will work in their CA cardboard viewer is the original Andoid. • Hmmm,... where does it say that?
So anyways... Broke down and got a new iPhone 8Plus last week and it fits great in the VR goggles. I have been able to "view" a variety of 3-D sample files using the Google Cardboard app. Neat. But when trying to view the models stored in my CA cloud account, I launch the model,... click on the cardboard icon,... then the screen asks me to place the phone in the viewer. At this point, the app seems to "hang"... and I can't view anything. Turned it vertical, horizontal, rotated it but bummer.... It just does not want to launch into the pair of "stereographic" images. • BTW: I have made sure the VR goggles are paired to the iPhone but still to no avail. I'm thinking I must be missing some technique.
Any suggestions are welcomed. Please and thank you !!!