On 20/06/14 15:51, Peter Reutemann wrote:
"Developed as part of a university master thesis
is this "truly 3D"
windowing system environment. The 3D desktop was developed as a Qt
Wayland compositor and output to an Oculus Rift display and then
controlled using a high-precision Razer mouse. Overall, it's
interesting research for bringing 2D windows into a 3D workspace using
Wayland and the Oculus Rift. The code is hosted as the Motorcar
Compositor. A video demonstration is on YouTube."
-- source: http://tech.slashdot.org/story/14/06/19/139211
Bit wobbly, in my opinion...
On behalf of Mark Jones.
That's really cool. It only appears wobbly to people not wearing the
Oculus Rift. If you were wearing the VR set everything would stay fixed
in space as your head moves.