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HP Zvr Virtual Reality Display - Using 3D Technology

The following items are provided for your 3D experience:
  • Display
  • 3D passive glasses with markers (regular glasses and clip-ons)
  • Stylus
  note:
Select computer models might include 3D content on a disc so that you can immediately begin enjoying 3D content.
3D safety information
Carefully read all of the following safety precautions before using the 3D passive glasses and 3D display.
If you cannot see 3D content after you set up your 3D system, HP recommends that you discontinue use. Consult a physician if you suspect a physical problem seeing stereoscopic 3D.
Some individuals might experience a seizure or other complications when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that might appear in 3D content. If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, consult a physician before using the 3D passive glasses and 3D display. Even those without a personal family history of epilepsy or stroke might have an undiagnosed condition that can cause photosensitive epileptic seizures.
If you experience any of the following symptoms, immediately stop watching 3D content and consult a physician: altered vision, light-headedness, dizziness, involuntary movements such as eye or muscle twitching, convulsions, nausea, loss of awareness, confusion, cramps, or disorientation. Parents should monitor their children and ask their children if they have any of the above symptoms. Children and teenagers might be more likely than adults to experience these symptoms.
Do not watch 3D content when you feel sleepy, tired, or sick. Watching 3D with the 3D passive glasses for an extended period of time might cause a headache or fatigue. If you feel headache, fatigue, or dizziness, stop using the 3D passive glasses and rest.
Some 3D content might startle viewers. People who are pregnant, elderly, or epileptic, and those suffering from severe physical conditions are advised to avoid using the display's 3D functionality.
The vision of young children (especially children under the age of 6) is still under development. Consult your doctor before allowing young children to watch 3D video images or play 3D videos games. Parents or guardians should supervise young children to ensure make sure they follow these recommendations.
After removing the 3D passive glasses, wait several minutes before resuming regular activities. Your vision can change to accommodate viewing through the 3D passive glasses.
Do not use the 3D passive glasses near water.
Use caution when using the 3D passive glasses and properly store them when not in use to prevent damage to the lenses. Do not use the 3D passive glasses if there is any sign of damage or cracking in the lenses.
Do not use the 3D passive glasses for any general eyewear purposes to prevent personal injury. The 3D passive glasses are not prescription eyewear, sunglasses, or protective goggles.
Display
The display operates under the control of the software application installed on the computer. The display’s tracking subsystem is an infrared optical solution that consists of four IR cameras. The cameras track the stylus and your head position, using the 3D passive glasses.
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Before using the 3D passive glasses, read the safety precautions in the 3D safety information section.
Stylus
Use the stylus to interact and manipulate virtual objects in front of the display. It has three push-buttons that can serve as button inputs, similar to the buttons on a conventional computer mouse. The stylus supports two functions that can indicate status (blue, green, and red lights) or conditions (vibration).
Figure : Stylus cable
Image: stylus cable
3D passive glasses
Your 3D experience begins with active 3D content and the 3D passive glasses. The 3D passive glasses present separate left and right images to the viewers when combined with the display. The 3D passive glasses enable the system to track the viewer’s head position in six degrees of freedom.
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Before using the 3D passive glasses, read the safety precautions in the 3D safety information section.
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Your 3D passive glasses might look different than those shown in the following graphic.
    Figure : 3D Glasses
    Image: 3D Glasses
  1. Tracked glasses
  2. Clip-on glasses
  3. Follower glasses
For optimal 3D viewing, you should be approximately 60 to 70 centimeters (24 to 28 inches) from the computer display. The operational distance from the display can vary depending on the viewing angle.
Before using the 3D passive glasses, remove the clear protective film from both sides of the lenses (select models only).
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You can wear the 3D passive glasses over most standard prescription glasses.
When watching content in 3D, do not tilt your head horizontally.
In some cases, viewing objects in 3D stereo can cause disorientation and the objects might look blurry. One possible reason is the reversal in the detection of the left and right frames in the specific application. For some applications, press the M key to reverse the stereo. Toggle between the displays for the left and right eyes to find the correct setting.
Cleaning the 3D passive glasses
To remove smudges and lint, clean the 3D passive glasses with the cleaning cloth that is included with the 3D passive glasses or with a soft, damp, lint-free cloth. Dampen the cloth with mild cleaning agents that contain less than 10% alcohol.
  caution:
Follow these precautions to prevent permanent damage to the 3D passive glasses:
  • Do not use paper-based towels because they can scratch the lenses.
  • Do not spray cleaning fluids or chemicals directly on the lenses.
  • Do not use ammonia-based cleaning products.
Handling the 3D passive glasses
The 3D passive glasses are durable but sensitive to physical pressure, and you need to handle them with care. To avoid getting fingerprints on the lenses, hold the 3D passive glasses by the frame.
  caution:
To prevent the lenses from cracking, never twist or rotate the 3D passive glasses.

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