I've been having this problem ever since I got my 3 Vive trackers for full-body in vrchat. Most of the time I get lucky and they're barely offset at all and It'll track alright-ish, on the otherhand, when I'm not lucky they are very offset and obviously can't be used properly whatsoever. When this happens it seems there is nothing I can do to fix it, resetting SteamVR, resetting my computer, checking for any dust that may somehow be covering my trackers (this is when I start losing my mind because I can't find a solution to a problem that Vive should have already fixed over a year ago when a bunch of other people brought this problem to their attention, like yourselves.) Long story short: when my tracking goes full-retard (drooling from the mouth) I just give up for the day and hope that it'll be less problematic the next day. What really Vexes me is that the Vive Staff in this post (and everywhere else) acted all like "Oh really? How odd I've never seen this before, It's probably just something you did wrong and it's definetely not something we should fix on our side!". I just wish they'd recall every vive tracker and give us better ones, or atleast adress the problem and start fixing it. When we all spend this amount of money on their products we shouldn't have to deal with this **bleep**.
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