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mickey
Nov 19, 2018

A pic from actual eyetap

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Hi.

Can someone with an actual eyetap take a picture of an actual view from the beam splitter and micro display perferbly a picture with some text inside? It will help a lot ... thanks

Maaaaax - EyeTap Team
Nov 20, 2018

I don't have an eyetap with me right now, but here's an old video on my computer. we can't show the full size of the display because the camera is too big to be put behind the eyetap beam splitter. but hopefully you get the idea

 

 

 

mickey
Nov 20, 2018Edited: Nov 20, 2018

Thanks a lot maaaaax that really helped me.

So I reckon you invert the screen by changing raspberry pi config file because there isn't any other way how you get a correct picture from the virtual image h`. Can you tell me the right config in pi zero for it?

 

****EDIT

OK found it in one of your images:

display_rotate=0x10000 horizontal flip

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