01-12-2018 01:36 PM - edited 01-12-2018 01:43 PM
When standing still, the image is visibly shaking. I can see up close objects and menus shaking. 4.4m playspace with base stations 6.6m apart and mounted tight to the wall studs. There are no reflective objects. Sync cable with B-C mode. Tried USB 3.0 and 2.0. This is the 2nd computer that had this problem. i7 8700K, 1080 Ti, 32GB 3200 DDR4. I've tried everything. Please, help.
01-12-2018 02:19 PM
As you've probably already guessed, the two main reasons you'd see shaking are environmental or base stations that aren't firmly mounted. Could you please send photographs of your play space? If possible, also try reducing your tracking space to test.
Since you used two different computers already I think it's safe to say that it's not a software problem and your PC specs are very good so that's not the issue either.
01-12-2018 03:02 PM - edited 01-12-2018 03:07 PM
01-12-2018 03:26 PM
Can you take them down and test them just sitting on a desk or something on the ground? Just to rule out the walls shaking for whatever reason. I agree that reflection is almost certainly not the issue, given the images of your room. (Looks like a great play space, actually!)
01-12-2018 06:50 PM - edited 01-12-2018 06:59 PM
1. Do you have updates for Base Station, Controlers?
2. Vibration from the street?
3. Vibrating motor in the base station? Touch the station by hand.
The larger area = the greater vibration error .
Perform a new calibration.
01-12-2018 06:58 PM
01-13-2018 07:03 AM - edited 01-13-2018 07:05 AM
01-13-2018 07:55 AM
01-14-2018 01:01 PM
Hard to say, maybe people from HTC will know. I'm not a specialist, just thinking.
When the base station sees the other base station, do not need a sync cable.
1. Powered USB extension cable
Then replace base station.
01-16-2018 10:37 AM
Very interesting. Do you know if it's one or the other than seems to be the culprit? In other words, does it happen more often when you're facing one direction? You said it gets better when you get closer, and presumably worse when you get further away.
It's very strange.
01-16-2018 10:55 AM - edited 01-16-2018 10:55 AM
01-16-2018 03:27 PM
I'm trying to think of a good way to test that. Taking them down off the walls doesn't help or change anything? Set them on a chair or something temporarily.
01-16-2018 04:24 PM - edited 01-16-2018 04:56 PM
One more thing
1. it seems to me that the base station is too inclined down.
2. You can video shoot vibrations in HMD on a solid support in the center area. /Desk,Chair.../ for how much vibrations are.
3. Is SteamVR updated in your Steam account> SteamVR-tools-library
Vive has a very precise tracking, sometimes my hands/body shake and controlers or HMD too :)
I tried the Vive Tracker on my heart and it is visible shake :)
01-16-2018 05:05 PM
Maybe this is solution, changing from usb 3.0 to usb 2.0.
see the link: