Fooled by Rhino

While constructing in Rhino I mainly work in the perspective view. I regularly check alignment of objects by rotating the view and eyeballing the objects to see if I made any blatant errors. I know there are more sophisticated ways, but most of the time this is good enough for me. Today, I caught myself closing one eye while doing so, the carpenter’s way…:wink::hushed:
There is no way this is going to improve your judgement, since you are looking at a flat screen with pixels rather than a real 3 dimensional environment, so you do not suffer from the difference in perspective that both your eyes see. But it proves that Rhino provides a sufficiently realistic 3D view to fool you…:grin:



Interesting idea… I generally keep both eyes open myself :wink: