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Thank you! Focal Offset has made the most dramatic change for me! Why on earth that is hidden away and set at zero is a bit strange.
Anyway… 1.0 was a bit strong for me, I guess it depends on your IPD. 0.60 was much more comfortable but still a dramatic improvement to the scale and immersion.
I have it working much better thank you for those settings – although I cannot see a focal offset setting?
There is definately need for an adjustment toggle for leaning forward and back. Its almost non-existant.
Maybe it is working – leaning into look at things its very subtle and sensitivity doesn’t do much.
Juanlo it sounds like you are having the same problem I am. Sounds to me like your positional tracking isn’t working at all. What you are experiencing is head tracking which is different to positional tracking.
Ralf there is a definite problem with Positional Tracking not working for some people.
Yes I get the calibration window and the blue light on my camera comes on. But it is not working.
Camera based Positional tracking is not working at all.
Landscape flipped does not work. Portrait is not offset nor is it small. Its large and complete. As I said.. Positional Tracking is not working which is basically the main problem I believe.
You should stop advising people to do Landscape flipped because its clearly not the case for all Windows 8.1 users.
I think the problem is that DK2 positional tracking is just not working. Its behaving like a DK1 but with flipped up and down.