The xrLocateViews function is defined as:
// Provided by XR_VERSION_1_0 XrResult xrLocateViews( XrSession session, const XrViewLocateInfo* viewLocateInfo, XrViewState* viewState, uint32_t viewCapacityInput, uint32_t* viewCountOutput, XrView* views);
The xrLocateViews function returns the view and projection info for a particular display time. This time is typically the target display time for a given frame. Repeatedly calling xrLocateViews with the same time may not necessarily return the same result. Instead the prediction gets increasingly accurate as the function is called closer to the given time for which a prediction is made. This allows an application to get the predicted views as late as possible in its pipeline to get the least amount of latency and prediction error.
xrLocateViews returns an array of XrView elements, one for each view of the specified view configuration type, along with an XrViewState containing additional state data shared across all views. The eye each view corresponds to is statically defined in XrViewConfigurationType in case the application wants to apply eye-specific rendering traits. The XrViewState and XrView member data may change on subsequent calls to xrLocateViews, and so applications must not assume it to be constant.
For more information, see the OpenXR Specification
This page is extracted from the OpenXR Specification. Fixes and changes should be made to the Specification, not directly.
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