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iDesktopVR - head tracking for iPhone / iPod Touch

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Uploaded on Oct 6, 2009

iDesktopVR is an adaptation for the iPhone / iPod Touch or Johnny Chung Lee's WiiDesktopVR method of view-dependent rendering. In this version, the orientation of the screen relative to the viewer is tracked using the accelerometers on the device and the head distance is fixed value. In other words, instead of physically moving in front of a TV screen, in this version you are manipulating the screen itself.

You can press the RESET button to define a new reference viewing pose, allowing to use the application in the orientation of your choice. Pressing the HUD button allows to access various rendering parameters.

The version used in this video suffers from some lag due to the accelerometer noise filtering algorithm. The new version on the App Store uses an advanced algorithm that provides stable viewing and better response to user movements.

You can download iDesktopVR for the iPhone by clicking here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ideskt...

Here is a link to Johnny Lee's Head Tracking for Desktop VR Displays using the WiiRemote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd3-ei...

You can reach the author of iDesktopVR by writing to: info@algomixsolutions.com.

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