September 24, 2017 at 7:36 pm #7276
I have been following numerous how tos, guids, youtube videos on how to set my psvr headset and processor with the trinus psvr program. It finally detected my psvr once i setup pyshx on my gpu which is a nvidia geforce gtx 1070. Ok so when i turn on the headset everything looks crazy over lapped when with the display extended for the headset, my second and biggest issue is that the trinus psvr program itself WILL NOT display calibration numbers after i set the headset down on a flat surface. I have SteamVR installed and the driver from Trinus PSVR. Also if i try to run steam vr it never actually detects the headset. Ive been working on this all day and im really at a lose here. Any help would be greatly appreciated because im at the point i want to pull the hair out of my head lol. smh.September 24, 2017 at 9:05 pm #7277
1) Could you please include a screenshot of the whole desktop? (Assuming you reviewed the instructions and understand SBS)
2) Please clarify: you start Trinus with the headset down, wait for calibration and then sensor data does not update on the top right corner. Is that what you mean?
3) If everything is up to date, you might need to downgrade the gpu driver (additional info here)September 27, 2017 at 5:42 pm #7284
1) https://imgur.com/2uEMo3E screenshot of my desktop with everything running.
2) Yes that is exactly what i mean.
3) I downloaded Tridef 3D to see if it would help but it only confused me.
Basically im getting the same result as before. I know im doing something very wrong here. Maybe its the SBS thing im not understanding. Idk.September 30, 2017 at 6:02 pm #7289
Ok this isnt worth the trouble anymore, wether i was doing something wrong and just couldnt figure it out or whatever the case is, PSVR is made for Playstation and therefore works well with it. I can appreciate the fact you guys tried to make it compatible for PC with the likes of SteamVR etc. But imo its just not worth the trouble. From hdmi and usb issues even though everything is plugged in correctly to the lack of response time in this forum. Sorry, Trinus PSVR will not be getting my money. Im sure the other programs work great and maybe this one does too for those that can understand how to do set it up better or just whatever the case may be for them. In the long run ill just be purchasing the oculus rift more than likely for VR gaming on the PC. Maybe Trinus VR programs will go far one day and be a well known application for VR gaming but for now, Thanks but no thanks. Goodbye.October 2, 2017 at 12:42 pm #7290
Fair enough. Given the large variations in hardware and software combinations, is hard for me to make Trinus compatible for all users. Sorry to hear it doesn’t work for you. That’s why there’s a trial version, to ensure it works before buying. If the instructions have been followed it should work straight away, or maybe require a review to the troubleshooting section. But, as I say, there can be cases where it will not work at all.
I cannot see what the issue is from the screenshot. Doesn’t look like the psvr is recognised, but there’s no error message thrown. Could be that the PSVR driver (not the SteamVR driver) didn’t install properly, installed but has a conflict, or the connection is not right (eg. some users had it working after switching usb port and reinstalling the PSVR driver).
If money is no issue, the Rift is a solid option.October 27, 2017 at 9:54 am #7331
I have a similar issue. Everything was working fine, and Windows 10 just update to build 1709 and I’ve also just updated the PSVR to firmware 3.10 on the PS4.
Everything seems to detect fine. NVidia Desktop is setup and extended on to the PSVR as normal. When I start TrinusPSVR and hit the “Start” button, the PSVR lights turn on briefly and then switch off almost immediately. Normally they would stay on. I currently have “All Lights” turned on.
UNlike the above users issue, I actually start the process “I: Calibrating sensors, leave PSVR on a flat levelled surface is trying to calibrate the sensor”, yet TrinusPSVR just sits there with Calibrating Sensors message just above the Help box. The successful calibration numbers never come up.
I’ve tried re-installing TrinusPSVR along with the PSVR driver, still the issue remains. I’ve also manually removed the PS VR Control from device manager prior to reinstalling TrinusPSVR and the PSVR driver again, still the same issue remains.
Any suggestions on how to get this running again will be really appreciated. I’ve been loving it so far and bought the license as it’s so good to have access to all the PC VR content with this headset.
Hope you can help. Keen to get my helmet back on!! 🙂October 28, 2017 at 12:50 am #7332
@bozzaj, so it is unknown if it stopped working after the Windows or PSVR update right?
Any other change on that PC?
The lights issue point at a possible driver problem, but hard to say atm.
I’ve prepared a test build with a calibration counter, let me know if the number updates or if it stops. Download from https://trinusvirtualreality.com/files/psvrTest.zipDecember 14, 2017 at 3:15 pm #7371
Sometimes in PSVR I can see the monitor on PVSV monitor. Is there a solution?
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