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Author: Andrew Hazelden
Last Updated: 2015-08-26
Category: Gaming and Fun
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The demo uses a pair of Mikromedia boards and a Google Cardboard head mounted display to create a PIC32 microcontroller driven stereoscopic 3D view that responds interactively to the accelerometer sensor's tilt input. The code was written using MikroC Pro for PIC32 and VisualTFT.
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This is a screenshot of the two Mikromedia PIC32 displays mounted in a Google Cardboard head mounted displayView full image
The firmware reads the Mikromedia onboard accelerometer and then drives the display of a left or right rendered stereoscopic MikroE logo. As you tip your head up and down the logo will rotate in front of you. Click the View Full image link below to watchView full image
Google Cardboard Head Mounted Display