icstra wrote:Hi Gunter,
If I've well understood your post viewtopic.php?f=16&t=3060&start=30#p17463
when you divide the vertical resolution of the projector by the number of sine waves ( depending on frequency), you obtain the maximum number of shifts you can get.
So, now, my projector has a vertical resolution of 768.
It means that at a frequency of 8, the maximum theroical number of shifts is 12. ( 768/64)
My question is the following :
what are the best settings to follow the theorical rule seen above ?
Set frequency at maximum and calculate max shift or set max shit and calculate frequency?
I don't know if my question is really clear but hope however a clear reply
MagWeb wrote:Hi Mattia,
you´ve to do something against reflections inside the corner(from one plane to the other). Either you use a external corner, as I do, or you put a thin black plane in the direction of the projector (45° to the corner) so that one side of the corner cann´t "see" (or reflect to) the other...
Make sure that your machine is set to 96dpi (100% symbol size). Don´t use large, 120% symbol size...
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