3D Solar

Hi, has anyone tried using the 3D solar SDK with SolidWorks. This
would be super cool if it works. I found it at
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I'm not understanding how to "integrate" it into the SolidWorks
software. Is it or can it be done through the API?
Thanks.
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Cad Manager
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I haven't used it but I don't think it would be hard to implement it is too bad that you have to have a special display for it to work. Do you know what the displays are going for.
Corey
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Corey Scheich
"Corey Scheich" wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@uni-berlin.de:
And how is it supposed to work? I saw no description of the technology.
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Dale Dunn
Yeah, I noticed that as well. THe site doesn't give much info. I'm trying to find out more but haven't yet. I'll be sure to post something if I do. If any developer sees this, i think we all would be interested in seeing how this can be applied to CAD design. thanks.
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Cad Manager
Your website is unreadable to non-windows users.
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I just visited their web page, but it is so void of information [not even a real photo of the product in operation] that I would start to suspect that it is not a real product.
I've tried a while back to get a pair of LCD shutter glasses to work with Solidworks, but without success. I did get some interesting results using the CAM2PAN shareware software. This is software designed to use image tracking to substitute for a mouse useing your existing USB camera. For Solidworks,I tweaked the sensitivity in both the Solidworks program and the CAM2PAN software, including changing the direction of movement. I enabled the orbit command, then held the mouse button down so that as I moved my head, the viewpoint would change.
Joe Dunfee
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Smiley
I see Sharp has a new LCD monitor which simulates 3D without glasses! The software and hardware need to be compatible. Here's the link
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Keith
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Keith Streich
So I guess the movie "paycheck" wasn't all that outrageous in the technology he was duplicating.
Corey
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Corey Scheich

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