There are many times when doing a P3D presentation that you either don't want to see a cursor at all, or only sometimes, like when you need to click on something. So there are two methods of dealing with this.
By default in P3D on OSX the menubar is hidden, unless you mouse over and then it appears - this can be really annoying and visually disturbing when working in stereo. So a recent update now allows you to control menubar visibility.
I will be doing a full How To article on this, but as a quick response to a request, I thought I would do this short post that just covers the basics.
We recently added a number of new features to P3D, one of which was the
tag that allows you to control, amongst other things, the location of clipping planes of volumetric datasets over time.
BTBA is a new 3D school show by the Digital Learning Foundation that makes use of a number of the new features in Present3D, including the interactive image_sequence playback of captured medical volumes and the new video and audio control features.
Help files for all of these new features and much more, will be up shortly.
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