optical reactor parallax

caused when the angle between the focal path of the video camera is not coincident with the focal path of the video projector. If the lenses are aligned vertically, a variable reaction field is produced within which all points in the space will exhibit optical flux in a different direction. Generally speaking however, downward vertical shift increases within parts of the field closest to the reactor setup, and upward vertical drift will occur for surfaces positioned beyond the intersection of the focal paths.

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