01-16-2018 05:09 PM
Those are both worth a try, though I've never personally seen the shudders caused by the type of USB port, it'd be interesting to see if that was somehow the cause. (I can't imagine how, since the base stations aren't actually using USB, but...)
01-17-2018 07:19 AM
Synthesis, I haven't tried taking them down and putting them on a solid surface like a desk yet. I tried them on tripods, and that didn't help. It made it worse.
3DA, I've tried the base stations at multiple angles and positions. Video shoot vibrations? I don't know what you mean. You can only tell they're vibrating if you touch them. Yes, SteamVR is updated. I'm not on the beta. I know I still shake a little bit, but the image shakes independent of that. It does not match my own movements. When I'm in the center, this is most visible. I already tried USB 2.0 and 3.0 on two different PCs. No difference.
01-17-2018 07:29 AM
Look here: http://doc-ok.org/?p=1478
Read the "Residual Noise and Tracking Jitter" part and watch the video. That's what I'm experiencing. He only has his base stations 4m apart.
01-17-2018 11:18 AM
Thanks for the video. It's true that the base stations do vibrate slightly, but it shouldn't be enough to cause this to happen on it's own. That's why I was hoping you'd have a stable surface to place them on to test. If it's still shaking even when you've ruled out the mounts as the problem, then we'll have some new options.
01-25-2018 10:51 AM
01-25-2018 10:56 AM
Weird question: have you tried blocking the ceiling lights? I'm wondering if those 'buckets' could be causing a problem.
01-25-2018 11:00 AM
01-25-2018 11:22 AM
01-25-2018 11:39 AM
Any chance that seat is made of metal? Maybe it's reflecting as well?
01-25-2018 11:46 AM
You can view the log under SteamVR, by opening the drop-down menu on the dashboard and selecting "Create System Report"
If you PM me, I'll send you an email address you can attach it to.