So, I've been going back and forth since I received my third sensor. My original problem was find the right setup to reduce the amount of occlusion I was getting. Then... the troubles started.
Initially I thought it may have been an issue with my sensor configuration since it start as minimal height changes and tracking weirdness.... as time has progressed the tracking.
As of this writing while the troublesome sensor is plugged in has gotten much worse - to the point where it's currently unplugged as having this sensor plugged in would cause severe disorientation. Height changes and world orientation changes every time you turn your head.
It has been odd to watch this progression and I have concluded that it must be the sensor is faulty, no amount of usb cards, usb port configuration, sensor configuration etc... resolve this issue. It took a while to get to this point but I'm 99% sure the issue is caused by a bad sensor. Currently, I have 4 distinct, compatible, usb controllers. The two working sensors can be plugged into any of these without any issues. When I try the default 2 sensor config with any USB the tracking troubles begin.
Funny thing is the sensor that seems the sensor that seems to have gone bad is one that came with either the headset or the touch controllers. Does anyone know a definitive way to figure out which of these it came with?
To those out there experiencing height changes, and weird world shifting issues I recommend you do some testing and make sure you aren't in the same boat as me, a bad sensor.
I've ordered ANOTHER sensor to double check my theory as the wait time for support seems astronomical. Worst case scenario I'll have another extra sensor.
The cherry on top of all of this is that now the right headphone has stopped producing sound unless its moved up on the slider a certain amount.... Still waiting to hear back on this too
I don't really like the ear in headphones so I'm hoping I can get a replacement right headphone? (@cybereality
is this possible?)