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Adam Mazurick
Posted Nov 03 - Read on Facebook

Dear Framer colleagues. I’m doing some research for a Project in AR using Framer and a HMD.

I just published an article on the broader research I used to start this current experiment. You may find it here, moreover, you may find it to be an informative discussion on Augmented Reality generally. All interfaces in this project have been made with Framer or at-least concepted and validated using Framer for early stage opportunity identification.

https://medium.com/@adammazurick/the-use-of-mobile-augmented-reality-to-improve-team-collaboration-individual-efficiency-and-the-3278a619d63b

This is the biggest challenge I’ve faced thus far using Framer. My goal by next Monday is to do the following WITHOUT USING UNITY.

1. Take the contents of a browser view and render them in a StereoScopic image format. https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Eq3MyjDS1co/maxresdefault.jpg

2. I need to be able to adjust the space in-between the rendered views to calibrate something known as Interpupillary Distance.

https://www.wikihow.com/images/thumb/5/52/Measure-Your-Interpupillary-Distance-Step-3-Version-2.jpg/aid1865966-v4-728px-Measure-Your-Interpupillary-Distance-Step-3-Version-2.jpg

3. After 1 and 2 are done, I need to then take the duplicated stereoscopic web view and flip it horizontally and then vertically. This may require some later stage explanation.

Of course the image needs to contain the web view of a framer prototype.

Again, I would prefer to NOT use a system like http://uniwebview.onevcat.com