By selecting "File" - "Save Image As..." from the menu bar, you can save the image displayed at that time as a file. Specify the file name and the image format (JPEG, PNG, or BMP) in the dialog box.
If the graphics adapter of your system supports the OpenGL `pBuffer' extension, you can save the image in an arbitrary size by selecting "File" - "Save Image In Arbitrary Size As..." from the menu bar.
You can also capture the image by pressing the "C" key. In this case, the file name and the file format are always "capture.png" and PNG, respectively.
Full Screen Mode
Pressing ALT+ENTER keys will put Mitaka into full screen mode. Press ALT+ENTER again or the ESC key to exit full screen mode.
Mitaka supports a stereoscopic or anaglyph mode.
To enter anaglyph mode (monochrome or color) select "Settings" - "Stereoscopy" from the menu. Visualization takes longer in monochrome mode. Color mode is faster, but colors similar to the cellophane colors are difficult to see stereoscopically.
Stereoscopic view via side-by-side or top-and-bottom
Mitaka supports stereoscopic viewing through side-by-side and top-and-bottom divisions. You can enjoy stereoscopic viewing by connecting your PC to a 3D television that supports either one of the methods with an HDMI cable. Start from "Settings" - "Display Mode" on the menu bar, and then select either "Side by Side" or "Top and Bottom" on the menu bar. Set the mode of the 3D television to the same mode as the PC. To exit the stereoscopic view mode and return the normal mode, select "Settings" - "Display Mode" - "Normal."
Dome Master (fish-eye) view
Mitaka also supports a Dome Master display by using a fish-eye lens to display the images from Mitaka on the dome surface. Furthermore, it is possible to project distortion-corrected images from any location other than the dome center by setting the parameters.
To use this display type, select "Settings" - "Display Mode" - "Dome Master" on the menu bar. To exit the Dome Master mode to return the normal mode, select "Settings" - "Display Mode" - "Normal."
You can operate Mitaka using on-screen menus,
instead of the menu bar of the window.
For details see the manual.
You can display "3D Charts" by using the on-screen menu.
By selecting "Real-time mode" from the time setting menu, you can run Mitaka in the real-time mode.
Preset feature is a shortcut to change collectively the parameters including the target, time, direction of eyes, scale and increment of time. By choosing a preset from the menu you can easily reproduce the spacecraft events and other features.
Characters can be displayed in any language by describing the character string definition in Unicode format (UTF-8) in a text file.
Presentations with Multiple PCs
Mitaka can work synchronously with multiple PCs connected by a TCP/IP network each controlling a different portion of the display. Please read the manual for details. Mitaka can also synchronize the display of movies and still images on multiple PCs.
Please refer to the PDF manual for details.