Thanks Gamma, appreciate your comments.
Will try some light grey cloth on the nose. Reflection only occurs directly in front of projector and at tip of nose...so not much of an issue to deal with but very annoying if not.
So far all is with the Lotus as it is pretty much only one I drive and so the only one with the projector and driver view camera tweaked to fit the rig. There has been lots of adjusting projector variables and CarCamEdit to get things in "believe-able alignment."
Guessing with adjustment any open wheel car would work the same with this rig.
May try that later today with the Ferrari, by renaming the Lotus.cam file and see what happens.
When turning the projected wheels rotate on their axis and remain in view and on plain. As the display is sync'd to car with wheels straight, when turning the tire tread rotates across the panels and parts of tread go out of view.
But at speed this is not distracting. In use, focus is on center of display, (as with any other display), and the wheels are slightly below to left and right of user, as with real cars...away from point of interest when driving.
Also, already tried projecting wheels on a large white plastic ball, which did not work...at all.
What is most amazing is the look and feel of being very much more in the car and much more in the action. Flips me out that it works and how much it changes everything.
Edited by John Woods, Dec 21 2013 - 10:52 AM.