For the last 3 days, any time I start up my PSVR, I get catastrophic levels of sensor drift, regardless of the state of the headset while doing startup sensor calibration. Leaving it flat on the floor results in about a 30rpm rotation about the X, Y, and Z axis all at the same time. Sometimes I get unlucky and it’s even faster. Hitting the “recenter” hotkey stops the rotation… but then the alignment calibration is catastrophically broken, with the world tilted on its side and each rotation axis affecting the other 2 incorrectly. I assume this is because the spin is so bad that calibration ends up there.
I don’t know if it’s a hardware problem or a software problem. Probably hardware, but I didn’t do anything to the headset! It worked once that day, then 4 hours later it never worked again.
Right, so I’m about 90% certain it’s not Trinus that’s causing this drift. Went back to 0.9.8, which used to be fine as far as the gyro, and I’m still getting catastrophic drift, which means it’s probably a problem with the onbaord chip.
Does anybody have any idea if anything can be done about this?