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24.Dec.2018, 23:05h

PatchWork3d wishes Merry Christmas!

I wish all readers a Merry Christmas, a great holiday, reflective days and all the best for the holidays and of course beyond. As always, there’s also a little Christmas picture: This time Santa loses some presents from the sleigh on the way through the night. This picture was also taken ...
 

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01.Dec.2018, 11:15h

3We Adventskalender 2018

Well, are you feeling a lot of pre-Christmas stress? Then I have something for you here: The 3We Adventskalender shows every day a new, funny spot from the world of advertising and hopefully helps you to switch off a few minutes a day. The basis is, of course, as always, a picture created ...
 

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23.Sep.2018, 01:55h

Mixed Reality - Controllers have dropouts? Here is the solution...

Lately I’ve been annoyed that unfortunately one of my MXR controllers had dropouts. Funnily enough always only one and mostly the left one, however today suddenly the right one behaved in such a way, which brought me on the solution of the problem. It’s not the controller itself ...
 

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08.Jul.2018, 14:14h

Mixed Reality - Controller (Part 3)

Interacting with the virtual environment in MXR/VR systems requires some form of input device. Classical controllers like the XBox controller or other gamepads could also be used, but tracking controllers are much better suited to make full use of VR’s capabilities. These controllers ...
 

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10.Jun.2018, 13:59h

Mixed Reality - What is InsideOut-Tracking (Part 2)

The Mixed Reality headsets are not only cheaper, easier to connect and set up than the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive, they also use a different method to perceive the environment and the controllers. This is also the reason why the setup is so much easier, because you don’t need any ...
 

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