Martin Lambers

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- Desktop-based fake-VR for development and testing purposes, including
experimental support for webcam-based head-tracking via
[webcam-head-tracker](https://github.com/marlam/webcam-head-tracker)
[webcam-head-tracker](https://gitlab.marlam.de/marlam/webcam-head-tracker)
## The library
Build and install the QVR library `libqvr` first. After that, you can build
and try the example applications.
See the [library documentation](https://marlam.github.io/qvr/html/).
See the [library documentation](https://marlam.de/qvr/html/).
There is also an [introductory presentation](https://marlam.github.io/qvr/qvr-slides.pdf)
There is also an [introductory presentation](https://marlam.de/qvr/qvr-slides.pdf)
explaining the concepts of libqvr and how to use it, and a
[short paper](https://marlam.github.io/qvr/lambers2016qvr.pdf) from the Eurographics
[short paper](https://marlam.de/qvr/lambers2016qvr.pdf) from the Eurographics
2016 Education track explaining the motivation behind it.
## Example applications
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# QVR: a library for Virtual Reality applications
See the [library documentation](https://marlam.github.io/qvr/html/).
See the [library documentation](https://marlam.de/qvr/html/).
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# qvr-vncviewer - VNC Viewer for QVR
qvr-vncviewer is a VNC viewer on top of [QVR](https://github.com/marlam/qvr).
qvr-vncviewer is a VNC viewer on top of [QVR](https://gitlab.marlam.de/marlam/qvr).
You can use it to view VNC screens across multiple displays, graphics cards,
or hosts, or inside virtual reality devices such as the Oculus Rift.
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