January 26, 2017 at 2:27 pm #6606caffieneParticipant
There is probably a simple solution to this problem I’ve been having, but I am really struggling at the moment to get my PSVR to work on my PC.
Basically whenever I try and get the device working in either SteamVR or Mouse mode the images that come up within the VR headset are overlapping, leading to not really being able to see anything without closing one eye to navigate. I have tried using the cinematic and cinematic track modes and both of those work fine, as well as the VR headset working fine with the PS4. I have checked and double checked that my connections are as shown in the diagram, but it doesn’t seem to matter what I do.
As a side note, if I extend the display or duplicate them the result is the same, with overlapping on both. I’ve played around with the IPD to see if that helps, but it doesn’t fix the problem. I have tried using a steam VR app (Van Gogh) to test and that aspect works fine (perfect alignment, although a bit stuttery). It’s just with the desktop and trying to play non-VR games such as Skyrim that the two images don’t align at all, and I’m left scratching my head as to what to try next. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers.January 26, 2017 at 10:11 pm #6610JasonParticipant
For non-VR games additional software is required in order for the games to be displayed in SBS stereoscopic 3D. I’ve used both Tridef 3D and VorpX. VorpX is a much better choice as it fixes all kinds of things that Tridef 3D does not.
If you set Trinus PSVR to mouse mode, you’ll then have an option under Non-VR for Side By Side. Did you try choosing that? BTW, Non-VR SBS mode is rubbish and completely pointless IMO. There are other 3D injection software other than Tridef and VorpX, but those are the only two I’m relatively familiar with. IMO, VorpX is the only way to go. Though it costs money.
Not sure if I’ve covered your issue or not …January 26, 2017 at 10:25 pm #6611JasonParticipant
This is from the troubleshooting section of the app:
“Left and right images overlap or VR Window crashes when moved.
This is related to different screen resolutions. Set your monitor(s) to 1920×1080 (same resolution as PSVR).”February 4, 2017 at 4:43 am #6691stickmenzParticipant
I’m still having this issue as well. My monitors are set at 1920 x 1080; tried various things to no avail 🙁February 4, 2017 at 9:36 am #6692MaVeParticipant
Maybe there’s something messed-up with your Trinus settings. Make sure to delete the left text box under ‘Advanced’ tab. This will set the values to defaults again.February 7, 2017 at 3:08 pm #6707loxaiKeymaster
are you using the hdmi cables that came with ps4?
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