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Fercyful 05-24-2018 11:33 PM

Helmet Night Visor in last Beta
 
Hi there!

I notice a "displacement" of the night vision circle (pilot and cp). Right now is not very practical to use it. I don't know how is in reality but I though the "circle" have to be in the center of your vision and not at the "top left" of your viewing.

Here the pics (no mods, PG map, 1920x1080)

https://imgur.com/a/4AvGuDi

pd: sorry for the "english"

:pilotfly:

cromhunt 05-25-2018 10:41 AM

Indeed the night vision goggles are buggy, or the driver is one eyed.:)
With the VR helmet we realize that only the left eye is functional.
On the other hand the landing light is truncated in its upper part.

In any way thank you for fixing the TV screen,at least.

toilet2000 05-25-2018 05:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cromhunt (Post 3496594)
Indeed the night vision goggles are buggy, or the driver is one eyed.:)
With the VR helmet we realize that only the left eye is functional.
On the other hand the landing light is truncated in its upper part.

In any way thank you for fixing the TV screen,at least.

I'm pretty sure the monocular NVGs in VR is a feature. It's way easier to use the cockpit this way. Normally, pilots would peak under the NVGs when looking at the cockpit, but you could not do that in VR before.

cromhunt 05-25-2018 06:48 PM

False!
Before the image was not shifted to the left, it was centered.Even in VR.
It is by closing an eye that I realized that in VR it is only the view from the left eye is represented.
And in reality fortunately that the glasses do not treat only one eye.
I used it and it's like when you look with binoculars, after adjustment the image is centered.
Visual fatigue is there but that's not the subject.

Fercyful 05-25-2018 11:10 PM

Just notice that the UH-1H night visor also have this "bug/feature"


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