Drift Correction Factor in latest ver.(0.9.8)

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  • #7818

    acsdani
    Participant

    Hi!

    First of all, it’s an AWESOME feature to set the Drift Correction Factor! I’m so thankful!

    My question:
    Is it normal that no matter how I set it (-1, 0, 3 etc.) I always get the drifting from one direction!? (from left to right)

    Isn’t it supposed to set which direction to correct the drifting?
    (Because if I could change it’s direction I think my drifting would fixed totally.)

    #7819
    loxai
    loxai
    Keymaster

    Hi, no the Drift Correction Factor is not linked to specific direction. I tweaked the factor so that 0 would be optimal, but since even temperature or slight manufacturing changes can create different results, you may still need to find the ideal value. Worth noting that I still get drift, but it is less noticeable.

    Setting the factor to -0.07 will result on the same correction level as in previous versions.

    You may change the factor while running, but best to tweak and restart.

    #7820

    acsdani
    Participant

    Thanks! After some tweaking and restarting I get the best result with factor -0.08
    It’s much better than 0.9.4, but still there’s a little drifting.

    Is it possible that in my case it would help if I could set a more detailed value, like -0.085 ?

    #7827
    loxai
    loxai
    Keymaster

    Glad to hear drift is improving. I’ve updated psvrTest.zip with increased accuracy

    #7829

    acsdani
    Participant

    Thank you so much! I tried this new psvrTest and I got the best results at -0.076. It’s definitely an improvement! 🙂

    After many tries I noticed a strange thing:
    Sometimes it’s absolutely great, almost no drifting at all (My record was 10 min without drifting! At the start I moved it a little bit but after that it just stayed on the table top)

    But sometimes it’s starts to drift more.
    And I think it’s not the heat. Sometimes the drifting is at the first start, sometimes after 1 hour usage. Maybe it’s a hardware issue with PSVR that can’t be fixed totally this way. :/

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