From: John Stone (
Date: Thu Sep 15 2005 - 11:09:35 CDT

Hi Jill,
  Have you made sure to update to the most recent Wildcat VP drivers?
It's possible that there's something amiss with the version you've got, or
as others have suggested, that you've got a default stereo setting that's
giving you swapped eyes. If you don't get this resolved by updating or
reconfiguring the video driver, I can give you a different VMD binary that
has a "reversed crystaleyes" mode option that isn't available in the older
versions of VMD, which is specifically intended for solving this problem.

  John Stone

On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 12:04:52PM -0700, Jill Vickery wrote:
> Hard Drive went down on my PC and had to reinstall everything. Now I find
> that with crystal eyes stereo in VMD the left and right eyes are flipped.
> Is there a way to correct this within the program? I am running XP and have
> a 3D labs Wildcat VP870 graphics card.
> I can get around the problem by changing the screen distance to +9 instead
> of -9 but this results in all the translations and rotations being flipped.
> Thanks for the help.
> Jill

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