2017-02-12 (Su) Head-Mounted Display

Appropriate changes were made to the model to adjust the angle of the viewer Adding the extra degree of movement lead to the addition of several other adjustments including rotation of the viewer so the screen would appear crooked. That may be a necessary option for some people but this model will keep those variables set to zero.

Spinning model of viewer holder

The actual print of the glasses was useful for discovering that centering the viewer on the glasses frame was not centered on my eyeball. Of course, this may be different for everyone so code will be made available near the end of the project so all the adjustment will be available.

Off center viewer holder

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

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Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.
Completed projects from year 3.

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2017-02-09 (Th)