Our suite of XR driver training solutions encompasses experiences that span the use of multiple devices including virtual reality using standalone and PC based VR headsets, augmented reality on phones and iPads, mixed reality using the HoloLens or MagicLeap, 360 and web based that work in all devices, and 2D screen options.
For the latter, we were recently asked to develop a multi-screen setup. While our experiences currently work on multiple screens using the panning technique, we were asked to develop views from specific angles to not only mirror a real bud, but to fit into a specific VR lab that has particular monitors and dimensions
Our first few attempts looked great at first, until one looks closer and sees angular distortion.
Consequently, we adjusted camera angles, optimized, edited, and add huds so that we can now support 2,3,4 and 5 screen setups
Particular kudos to David and Erick for some teamwork magic to pull of this feat!