I I discovered synths in the last few months an am fascinated and awed. However I keep noticing a certain un-compfortable feeling while view synths.. Its disorientation, almost vertigo. It is simply the sudden seemingly un-predictable jumps in the user view point that happens as I move through the scene. The view persepctive oftent snaps to a new camera viewpoint. I find myself quickly tiring of viewing a synth. Sometimes I think the tool is in a no-man's land somewhere between an art form and a trully useful 3D virtual reality generator.
Am I using the viewer incorrectly? Is this a limitation of the technology? Is there a way to move around the synth and have the viewer warp the nearest image to the perspective of where I moved to instead of jumping my viewpoint? Is this a common theme? Are there thoughts of addressig this? Yes, the quality of making the synth reduces this alot, but the jumps seem built in to the current viewing technology.