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View matterport in VR and watch on a screen?5996

3dvirtueletour private msg quote post Address this user
Hello

I get more and more requests whether if it is possible to view matterport in vr for example via Samsung gear and the other costumer can watch it via a computer or slide projector?

Best reagrds,

Ferry
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Bernardhhi private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Ferry

I’ve used this solution - clickable text However you don’t get the real VR experience but at least the viewer sees what’s going on.

Regards and Christmas blessings

Bernie Timms
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3dvirtueletour private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Bernardhhi,

We try it today but it's not what we want, we did it with chromecast but it is not the result what i want. :-(

But thanks for the info.

Chrismas blessings also from the dutch.

Ferry
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DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user
@Bernardhhi

Thank you for sharing the 'how to' ...

I seem to recall a solution that 'cast' just one of the two lens (which I would prefer).

The two lens 'cast' to the TV screen makes for an unimpressive - IMOP - viewing experience.

Care to take on the challenge of locating the VR simulcast to one screen solution?

Happy holidays,

Dan
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Bernardhhi private msg quote post Address this user
Dan

I agree it’s not optimal - I did find this solution for HTC Vive clickable text

And this that looks like a winner for the Gear VR clickable text

As I don’t own either I cannot test.


Merry Christmas Dan - thanks so much for a great forum!
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Foundry45 private msg quote post Address this user
We used Chromecast back in 2016 (centuries ago!) and screen casting, but it was super hard to setup and didn't work at all if there was any traffic on the WiFi.
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