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2 different VR views. is there a difference?3509

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what's the difference, if at all, between these two screen views of VR?

both pictures were taken from a screenshot usnig my Samsung 7s one is from the matterport vr app for cardboard. and the second is from 3Dvista app (a 360 virtual tour maker) using the Theta Ricoh.
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The difference is in the offset.

In order to see depth in real life we use both eyes. The closer an object is to our eyes, the more different the images for each eye will be. The brain will then blend these images and create a sense of depth.

In VR the same principle applies. Each eye will look at a different image. In the top image 2 lenses where used (slightly offset just like our eyes). Creating a unique image for each lens. Therefor this one will create a sense of depth in VR.

The bottom example has the same images for each eye. Therefor you won't experience any depth while viewing it in VR.
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