HELLO_XR(1) General Commands Manual HELLO_XR(1)

hello_xrA sample OpenXR application.

hello_xr [-h | --help]

hello_xr -g | --graphics graphics_api [-ff | --formfactor form_factor] [-vc | --viewconfig view_config] [-bm | --blendmode blend_mode] [-s | --space space] [-v | --verbose]

hello_xr is a sample application written using the OpenXR API.

The arguments are as follows:

|
Show brief usage instructions.
g | graphics_api
specify the graphics API to use. (Note that not that not all graphics APIs are necessarily available on all systems.) The parameter graphics_api must be one of the following (case-insensitive):
D3D11
Direct3D 11 (Windows-only)
D3D12
Direct3D 12 (Windows-only)
OpenGLES
 
OpenGL
 
Vulkan
 
| form_factor
Specify the form factor to use. (Note that you need a suitable XR system and a runtime supporting a given form factor for it to work.) The parameter form_factor must be one of the following (case-insensitive):
Hmd
Head-mounted display (default)
Handheld
 
| view_config
Specify the view configuration to use. (Note that you need a suitable XR system and a runtime supporting a given view configuration for it to work.) The parameter view_config must be one of the following (case-insensitive):
Mono
 
Stereo
(default)
| blend_mode
Specify the environment blend mode to use. (Note that you need a suitable XR system and a runtime supporting a given environment blend mode for it to work.) The parameter blend_mode must be one of the following (case-insensitive):
Opaque
 
Additive
 
AlphaBlend
 
| space
Specify the space to use. The parameter space must be one of the following (case-insensitive):
View
 
Local
 
Stage
 
|
Enable verbose logging output from the hello_xr application itself.

The hello_xr utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

openxr_runtime_list(1), https://registry.khronos.org/OpenXR/ , https://github.com/KhronosGroup/OpenXR-SDK-Source/tree/main/src/tests/hello_xr

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