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Does CV1 solve the DK2 "Out Of Bounds" problem?

Wireline
Level 3
Hello

Something I run into with my DK2 and the camera mounted up on my monitor is that its really easy to go out of bounds with the tracking volume, and all of a sudden the image does a pause and a backflip. I don't get nausea anymore, but it can be a pain when I am trying to look down, say at some text on a cockpit panel, and I can only go so far.

Does the CV1 have a couple of cameras, or an otherwise extended tracking volume? It has sensors on the back too right, so I can look back at my engines or wings without having to move sideways first and then turn round?
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cybereality
Level 16
Yes, the tracking volume is expanded and is more resilient, even with a single sensor. Since there are additional LEDs on the back of head, this means you can turn further, and you are less likely to exceed the boundaries. Overall a big improvement.
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Wireline
Level 3
"cybereality" wrote:
Yes, the tracking volume is expanded and is more resilient, even with a single sensor. Since there are additional LEDs on the back of head, this means you can turn further, and you are less likely to exceed the boundaries. Overall a big improvement.


Cheers Cyber.