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  1. Re: about the maximum number of stops in Fanotec rotators

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick fan View Post
    on a second thought, I am not sure people want such a large rotator. It is going to be heavy. maybe a smaller rotator with finest interval of 3.75 deg will be better.


    nick

    I am not sure the weight would matter that much, especially in the studio.
    Could You not mill away most of the inner material as it will be doing virtually nothing.
  2. Re: about the maximum number of stops in Fanotec rotators

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Houghton View Post
    Dorin, In the cross eye variant, the left image seems stretched horizontally for some reason. It makes for uncomfortable viewing.

    John
    A second reply to this, thanks to fiero, with the latest DevalVR 0,7,5,6 one can use a single .mov wich can be display with the desired frame offset in a particular DevalVR window (left or right)

    left.dvl
    Code:
    (pano) 
    { 
      type=mov; 
      file=adidas.mov; 
    }
    right.dvl
    Code:
    (pano) 
    { 
      type=mov; 
      file=adidas.mov; 
      offsetxobject=-1; 
    }
    this should work properly now.
    http://dorin.devalvr.com/dxn_OM/adid...crosseye2.html

    Dorin
  3. Re: about the maximum number of stops in Fanotec rotators

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrywoodenpic View Post
    Could You not mill away most of the inner material as it will be doing virtually nothing.
    Still, the weight is proportional to the cross section area of the rotator. So it increases drastically with the diameter.


    Nick



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