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    5 comments  ·  Dreams Feedback 🤓 » Camera & Controls  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    hilightnotes2 commented  · 

    Yes, this is a big deal to me, for a few reasons.

    - For someone like me that mostly plays and enjoys scenes and showcases, often you don't need a controller and you want to look all around you with your physical body. This is impossible right now (without ruining immersion by getting a glaring red icon popping up), which is really unpleasant.

    - There's also plenty of games that are VR but don't use motion controls, and you shouldn't need the controllers pointed at the camera.

    - This is also an accessibility issue for me, as what are small discomforts for some people can be big discomforts for my body. Being unable to relax my hands (holding the controller) into a position that's comfortable for me matters a lot.

    All this needs is an option in the VR preferences to turn the icons off like OP suggested.

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    5 comments  ·  Dreams VR Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello everyone!

    Thankyou for your contributions to this case. Our team have found that it seems to be a hardware issue with the headset’s gyroscope, as it’s the gyroscope and not the camera that is the main reference point while in cinema mode. This is also why re-centering doesn’t fix the issue.

    We are marking this as not a bug for now as we dont see a large amount of this occurring and can only put it down to faulty headsets.

    Cheers,
    -DMCI

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    hilightnotes2 commented  · 

    (Cleaning my camera with microfibre did not improve the issue).

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    hilightnotes2 commented  · 

    I have heard that too! I'm a very experienced PSVR user. I'm doing that so it's not the issue for me. But even if it was there needs to be some way to at least reset position properly so that people with imperfect setups can deal with these issues.

    But yeah at the moment as far as I can tell I have a good setup and I am careful to start my headset on a flat surface, I'm not dealing with reflective surface, I do a fresh power on of the PS4 every time I use VR, and I start VR before starting Dreams.

    I just tried wiping the lenses of my camera with a microfibre cloth, I will see later if that helps.

    Again, either way, there needs to be a way to reset to current position and not just back to what the game thinks is center position, so that people can deal with this issue (and also to accommodate people who need to be off-center position to be clear of objects in their room).

    (And there needs to be a way to turn off those 'lost tracking' indicators.)

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