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Mixed Reality HMD Clarification
Hi, I get that the Acer and the HP Headsets should be capable of Inside Out Head Tracking and Displaying 3D Virtual Reality Graphics. But I'm wondering if they & the SDK are capable of actually mixing camera images into the graphics before being displayed in the headset. Is the headset capable of delivering color and depth of what a user is looking at into the render pipeline? Do the cameras on the front actually capture all the necessary information? Or are they only used for positional tracking?
Thanks for any clarification, I have experience tracking the ZED depth sensing camera in space and matching a 3D camera / projection to the ZED camera spec. Then being capable of exposing the ZED camera color & depth image buffers into the render pipeline as to Mix/Augment real world images with 3D graphics. The depth information allows the render process to tell if 3D graphics are in front or behind what is captured by the camera on a per pixel level.
Are the headsets capable of mixing the camera images into the typical 3D pipeline before the 3D graphics are lens corrected?