Originally Posted by mrcheez
My tips are...
- Put camera on a tripod as soon as you get it
- position camera at nose level when standing up and aim camera down slightly. Mess around with this until you have it perfect. You should have no problems picking up guns off the ground in Superhot for example. Holoball is a great game to use as a way of defining your play space. It's worth it for the config screen alone.
- remember your camera doesn't need to be beside your tv, so position it anywhere you like where you can ensure you have sufficient space to move
- if you have reflective surfaces behind you when facing camera cover them with some temporary sheeting. I have a 60" framed photo behind me and my tracking always goes a bit awry after a while. Covering this over with a few plastic bags fixed this. Easy to take down and put back up without having to move frame.
- when doing the light tracking during initial setup try to pivot the headset around the same distance from the camera at all times. PSVR Frank put up a video about this a few months ago as a way of improving tracking
Would you mind taking a pic of your set up and posting it here?
Playing last night and nothing really felt right, id be especially interested in seeing the tri pod you're using and how you have it attached to the camera.
What is that piece of crap the give you to hold the camera out of the box?