80% of the population is right eye dominant, but Unity renders the left eye, ruining game-play videos for right eye dominant people.
Is there a setting somewhere to change which eye is rendered on the desktop?
What do you mean when you say Unity renders the left eye?
The main game window in VR games renders the left eye, so when right eye dominant people make gameplay videos you can't see them aiming down scopes etc. https://youtu.be/G7-kCYfK4rk?t=111
Answer by OutOfRam
Sep 21, 2016 at 05:33 PM
I do not know of any way to do this in the unity gameview, but in the headset mirror, which you can turn on by clicking the the steamvr button in the topleft corner of the steam vr application, and then clicking mirror display. You can do this be clicking the menu button and selecting right eye only. this should be good enough for streaming videos.
I hope this helps
It's not, though, as the SteamVR mirror is a tiny round view.
There should really be an option for this. Forcing rendering of the left eye only, is stupid. It's like making exclusively left handed scissors in a world with majorly right handed people.
Answer by jeq666
Mar 12 at 06:11 PM
Its how unity games are programmed, there is option for programmers to click on camera stereoTargetEye : right, but they never does that.
That does not change which eye in the headset is rendered on the main screen, it renders a camera to a specific eye.
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