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 The **Left-Right Orientation** input type is explained and demonstrated in the video below. The **Left-Right Orientation** input type is explained and demonstrated in the video below.
  
-**NOTE**: As explained in the video (skip to ~2.30 mins), this input type has **dynamic boundaries**. Thus if you set a measurement window range of 0 to 45 degrees, and you travel from 0 to 45 degrees **and then continue** past the 45 degree boundary, you will find the entire measurement window will shift with you. For example, if you move 10 degrees past the 45 degree boundary, you will find that both the 0 and 45 degree boundaries will shift 10 degrees. This shift can occur in the either direction. If you stay roughly within the measurement window range during use, you will find that the measurement window range will remain stable. ​+**NOTE**: As explained in the video (skip to ~2.30 mins), this input type has **dynamic boundaries**. Thus if you set a measurement window range of 0 to 45 degrees, and you travel from 0 to 45 degrees **and then continue** past the 45 degree boundary, you will find the entire measurement window will shift with you. For example, if you move 10 degrees past the 45 degree boundary, you will find that both the 0 and 45 degree boundaries will shift 10 degrees ​in the same direction. This shift can occur in the either direction. If you stay roughly within the measurement window range during use, you will find that the measurement window range will remain stable. This dynamic window setup is more practical than a fixed window setup for performance purposes, and becomes quite intuitive to use.
  
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