Having just got my Rift I find it has an ever-so-slight leftward tilt
which cannot be fixed by repeating the setup process. I'm guessing the
gyros need a recal. I read about this before, heard a fix was incoming
(back in early April I think)... is th...
... at my next-door neighbour's house.They signed for it, and then like
they often do, they DISAPPEARED. Usually they're gone for days at a
time.Who the fxxk signs for a package knowing they're about to bugger
off for the better part of a week?! Hone...
Yep. :lol: it works! I have managed to scrape together the functionality
I lost when the runtime updated from 0.6 to 0.7, introducing the new
Direct Driver mode that broke compatibility with most laptops.I have my
Rift DK2 connected to a GPU on a PCI...
Thoughts? This doesn't come from Oculus, it comes from AMD
X4 880KAthlon X4 870KLink (can't seem to find direct AMD link though) :
Update on order situation from Oculus (link to original post below):I'll
address each item: * Prices show "--" or nothing: This was due to the
crush of initial traffic where we were unable to compute taxes on the
fly. If it was unable to compute, it ...
Woa, woa, woa... What's this about the HMZ-T1 having higher resolution?
That's garbage.HMZ-T1 has about 1280x720 per eye, as I recall. 0.921Mpix
per eye.Rift CV1 has 1080x1200 per eye - or 1.296Mpix per eye. That's
1.4 times as many pixels.It is more...
Hi @MysticReverie You probably don't have Optimus - this tends to be the
case for SLI laptops. This means that the HDMI port should indeed be
wired to one of your Nvidia GPUs. Performance wise, you will not be able
to use SLI though. It will either c...
Another way to think of it is to pose another question: would you unplug
your monitor or your mouse every time you were done with it?Probably
not! I leave my Rift plugged in. It turns off if you close Oculus Home
or the computer is shut down.
Haha! I actually *DID* try that!! I used a spirit level to get it just
so then ran the recalibration tool that Oculus support sent over.It took
a few attempts to get it right, but now it feels much better.
You mentioned SSL issues - just wondering but is your system time and
date set correctly? That can screw up the validation of secure
connections (as the certificates look "out of date" if the system date