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CAMERA ANGLE VS EYES PARADOX? OR A FUNDAMENTAL ALIGNMENT BUG?

Fiola_MedFiola_Med
edited May 2018 in 3D Viewer Beta

I experience a major problem when taking pictures and recording while using the app.
I am referring to what my eyes see VS what comes out in the picture.
While working on the field, i use a 3d model (scaled to the real physical model) and superimpose the virtual modell and the real world model . My visual perception captures a perfect alignment but it is impossible to record this perception.
When I take a picture of what i see, the overlaying is 1cm off on the picture. I tried the same on another 3rd party app and this was not a problem. Is there a fundamental bug in the app? I thought that this was a hardware weakness but is it maybe is a software problem?

Thanks! !

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  • Fiola_MedFiola_Med
    edited May 2018


    hololens snap-shot misalignment, is someone experiencing the same?

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