I know this has been discussed in the past, but I read that Oculus updated the roomscale set-up since and I would like to ask people who use a 2 sensor roomscale set-up.
I am converting my thrid bedroom into a VR room. It's 2m x 3m, but with the PC desk et all included it will leave me a clear 2x2m. According to an article I read on the blog, 5x5ft is ideal - so it sounds pretty much perfect. I have ordered a set of 3 mounts (in case I do end up needing a 3rd sensor) and intend mounting them in opposite corners, near the ceiling (2.3m/7¼ft) - which will be 3.7m or 12ft 2" apart. I could move the front one forward almost a metre, if required, to make a 2m square coverage, rather than the rectangle of the 3x2m room.
I've been using this article
Anyone have a similar size space and using two sensors? Much occlusion?
I won't be doing anything too enthusiastic, due to my musculo-skeletal disease (which was why I sent the first set of Touch back after much Dead & Buried induced pain - but later reconsidered), but would like the occasional sedate round of Onward or Hover Junkers, Doom 3 etc.
Also, does the set-up include such a scenario. When I last ran mine it did say that two-sensor 360° was optional, but as I wasn't trying that, I didn't have a look - does it actually help with that, or are you on your own in setting it up?
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