Happy that your first issue is solved.
Concerning your "ellipse-like" visualization issue, this is probably due to an incorrect aspect ration of your JPCT camera; you should set the aspect ratio so to match the ratio between the view width and view height.
i got it .
thank u very much.
but there is a small problem . i attached two screenshort .
i am loading a cercle but it renderig like eclipse . it happens with all the models.
if there is any solution pls check it.
I'm not too familiar with the JPCT SDK, but have you tried with cam.setOrientation(dir, up), where:
dir.x = cam_dir_x;
dir.y = cam_dir_y;
dir.z = cam_dir_z;
up.x = -cam_right_x;
up.y = -cam_right_y;
up.z = -cam_right_z;
As u refer me the link
i got the x and y axis and swap it as :
the issue might be related to the fact that you in portrait mode you need to swap the X and Y axis, since the Vuforia axis system are somehow defined in landscape mode.
One useful article that you could read is this:
Then, you could set your JPCT camera using the axis extracted as explaiend in the article above, and just swap the X and Y axis.
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