2) When possible, always aim at bright stars and only change from brighter to dimmer stars. Avoid turning 180 degrees right at the beginning, rather first aim subsequently at nearby stars.
3) If necessary, repeat the star calibration.
Follow the instructions in the manual for star calibration.
• Monocular vision with one eye
• Binocular vision with both eyes
If you select the one-eye setting, you will see the screen either with the right or left eye. The other eye can see an unimpeded view of the starry sky. Tip: Choose this setting if you have problems with binocular vision or want to share Universe2go with a group.
For stereovision, select “Both eyes” in the options. Now, you must enter the eye relief or carry out an eye calibration so that you will not see double images.
You can switch between monocular and binocular vision by activating or deactivating “Both eyes”.
And this is how it’s done:
Open the phone keypad → enter this key combination: *#0*# → the selection menu appears → Please choose: Sensor → You see the sensors available in the phone → for gyrometer click on “calibrate”. Then exit this environment, return to the main screen and restart the app.
And this is how it works:
Press the Home button two times rapidly. The apps currently active on your iPhone are displayed as minimized windows. You can view all active apps by swiping to Right/Left. The Universe2go or the compass app should also be present. Touch an app (e.g. Universe2go) with a finger and swipe it upwards. The app disappears from the window and is no longer active. Start the Universe2go app again.
Start the iPhone settings and activate the compass under system services:
Settings > Privacy Protection > Locating Services – System Services (right at the bottom) > Compass Calibration (set to ON)
Tip: If you wish to share Universe2go with a group, it is best to select monocular vision (so, just deactivate “both eyes” in the settings). In this case, each viewer does not have to set his or her eye relief individually.