This python code raises vioaltion access error(last line):
import time from ovrsdk import * ovr_Initialize() hmd = ovrHmd_Create(0) hmdDesc = ovrHmdDesc() ovrHmd_GetDesc(hmd, byref(hmdDesc))
File "D:\Georgy2\mypyscripts\ovr01.py", line 12, in <module> ovrHmd_GetDesc(hmd, byref(hmdDesc)) WindowsError: exception: access violation reading 0x00001148
I've installed last version of
Display Driver Version: 126.96.36.199 Positional Tracker Driver Version: 188.8.131.52 Intel(R) HD Graphics Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3470 CPU @ 3.20GHz HMD Firmware: 2.12 Connected to OVRService server.
Code is from the https://github.com/cmbruns/pyovr
I am new to python and (analogously to C case) I checked the values of hmd and hmdDesc. They are not zero:
<ovrsdk.windows.wrapper.LP_struct_ovrHmdStruct object at 0x02098210> <ovrsdk.windows.wrapper.struct_ovrHmdDesc_ object at 0x020983F0>
How to solve this problem? (I need simple scene to do some math with image in VR.)
p.s. I have to ask here because of Oculus Forums are not working for me. (the page https://secure.oculus.com/login/ does not look correct)
What Oculus runtime version do you have installed? The import statement and the calls you're making make it look as if you're using this library, but that hasn't been updated in two years. I'm not sure it will even work with a DK2 compatible runtime.
If you're on Windows (and only targeting windows) you should be using the 1.3 runtime at least. If you're targeting Linux and Mac, you should be using the 0.8 runtime, with the understanding that it won't work with any Windows machine running the 1.3 runtime.
In order to use those versions with Python you need to be using the cmbruns python bindings, which include a number of examples along with the bindings.
Like @Jherico mentioned, your code
# Where the heck did you get this, Dunaev? Not from https://github.com/cmbruns/pyovr from ovrsdk import * ovr_Initialize() ...
is NOT using the API from https://github.com/cmbruns/pyovr
Look at the examples over there, and do something like
import ovr ovr.initialize(None) ...
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