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Suddenly...A VR Problem For Me in AC

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by newbert, Jun 4, 2019.

  1. newbert

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    Tonight I was running an offline race vs AI at Donington Park in AC when, with 2 laps to go the view in VR suddenly started rotating to the left. IOW, it's as if my head was on a swivel slowly turning to the left. I could re-center the view, but it immediately continued to rotate.

    Naturally, it caused me to go off into the weeds and as I sat there, it made a complete 360 every 25-30 seconds.

    Got out and re-started the race and it immediately started rotating again.

    This is the first time this has happened. I'm using Content Manager and a Samsung Odyssey+ if that matters.

    Can anyone explain how/why this is happening and how to correct it?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Vintagedriver01

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    Check if (sun)light is interfering with your VRset.
     
  3. newbert

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    Thanks - but I think that it was more the lack of light. The room was getting dark late in the day.
     
  4. grrinc

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    I have the O+ and I suffer this too. I think it because the inside out tracking relies on what it has been set up to 'see' in the calibration stage. My indoor lights are not sufficient, and I have to recalibrate whenever I transisition from day time use to evening use.
     
  5. Andrew_WOT

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    After putting on headset, look fully down, then left and right. Most of the times it's enough for WMR to recalibrate.
     
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