a week ago
I now have a htc vive for a few days.
It works almost perfectly: P.
I can first use the vive for 10 minutes, but then I get a corner tracking issues.
If I look a bit further, it will be fine again.
I removed most of the stuff, I suspected it was the monitor by the window. but I had moved it behind me Computer case. however, it was still visible so I built it with a cardboard box. but the problem was still present.
I have attached a photo to indicate what I am looking at when the image in the vive becomes gray / blue.
I have already stuck my window from my computer case, because this is real glass instead of plexi.
does anyone have an idea what the problem can be?
a week ago
@cypress, I'm a little confused by your description of when the problem occurs. I would immediately suspect the trophies to be the source of interference, but since the HMD has sensors on all sides, it could actually be a bounce from angles other than the environment just on the front side of the HMD. This is the most handy method I've found for troubleshooting bounce backs.
a week ago - last edited a week ago
I myself am not sure when the problem occurs.
it differs quite regularly.
If I start then it just goes well.
And I had moved the thropies but made no difference.
And your video is smart! I only have to look now where I can buy one. haha
Oh, and BTW the black box in the photo is NOT the base station that is a Sattalite speaker from the home theater. The base station unfortunately hangs just outside the photo. Top left. Otherwise my computer case was a big disturbing of the signals
Edit: im also unable to turn de base station away from the disturbance. If i push it more it will pop the ball form the socket.
@cypress, you can use any flashlight. If you don't have one with strobe mode, you can easily just use a cellphone LED.
If the disturbance is localized to a specific part of the room or direction, it's an environmental issue. If it's semi-random it can be a number of potential sources. If it happens to coordinate with a AC or refrigerator compressor turning on, it's a power issue.