Realese a Unity application , but doesn't have stereo effect?

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asked Oct 13, 2017 by eeDee (12 points)
edited Oct 15, 2017 by eeDee

I use Unity2017 to make a simple demo and there have stereo effect in preview window. But when i build an application there are no stereo effect.

where do i make any mistakes?

commented Oct 16, 2017 by AlexShorey (90 points)
Hi eeDee,

When you build the application, do you see the scene in non-stereo, or do you see a blank, flat color?

If you cant see the scene, and rather a flat color, I would suggest deleting the current camera, and replacing it.

If you can see the scene, but its not stereo, this could be a number of things and the best advice I can give would be to read through the release notes and be sure there aren't any settings that may have been missed.

If you can describe the steps you took to implement the plugin, or can share the demo, I'll take a look and see if I notice anything missing.
commented Oct 17, 2017 by eeDee (12 points)
I start the Unity2017 with command line argument "-vrmode stereo" ,and then enable the "Run In Background" and add the “Stereo Display" to the Virtual Reality Supported list.

I cant see stereo effect in Unity's gameview window,and get the message"VRDevice stereo not supported in Editor Mode.  Please run on target device."

even thought  I fount it works pretty good in preview window,it doesnt have any stereo effect when I build the application.
commented Oct 17, 2017 by AlexShorey (90 points)
Hmmm, One thing you might want to check is the "Virtual Reality Supported" list.

When you first hit the Virtual Reality Supported checkbox, the list may show Oculus and OpenVR already in the list.

Those should be removed so that "Stereo Display (non head-mounted)" is the only SDK in the list.

Let me know if that helps!
commented Oct 19, 2017 by eeDee (12 points)
Still dont work,but I fount use the OpenGL rendering pipeline it can built the application have stereo effect(the preview window was disabled)
commented Oct 20, 2017 by AlexShorey (90 points)
Hmmmm, Before switching to the OpenGL pipeline, were you running the built application with any command line arguments?
commented Dec 12, 2017 by JimC (10 points)
I apologize for possibly diverting this thread. I don't see "Stereo Display (non head-mounted)" in my SDK list after adding the zCore prefab to my scene, just the default SDKs. Is something else needed to get the "Stereo Display..." SDK to show up? Thanks.
commented Dec 12, 2017 by AlexShorey (90 points)
Hey JimC,

That is an outstanding issue, but there's a way to avoid that for now, see this thread.

http://developer.zspace.com/answers/2167/unity-2017-2of3-virtual-reality-sdks
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