Tagging from an earlier thread:
I’d like to share with you a quick, hacky trick to get the OpenROV trident cockpit to display split screen on your android phone.
If you’re like me, cheap, you find ways to make do with the tech you got. I have a $30 cheapo VR Headset for either iPhone or Android. Utopia 360. Comes with a cheap bluetooth controller. You don’t need this particular headset, I think most any would do, Google Cardboard and the like.
Your android should already be able to split screen, however, you need two instances of the OpenROV cockpit app running to have simultaneous video for the left and right side lenses in the VR Headset.
The hacky way to do this is to install AppCloner from the Google Play Store, and start an instance of OpenROV in the cloner and another standard. Hit the intents button on your phone, this is the multi window looking one on my galaxy. the upper right, select lock apps and you’ll notice the split screen button appear on the individual app windows. hit that, and select the app for the split screen you want.
Fire up the trident and connect to the kit with each app.
You did it. Split cockpit feed for you VR lenses to focus on.
Next post, I’ll let you know how to get the cheapo controller to work.