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  1. i7 6700K / 8GB / SSD 2x256GB / 1080 / HTC VIVE The issue I describe in other posts. Not related to perfs or tracking. Might be related though to the default incorrect position of the head (few centimeters behind the pilot) when starting a race. Me correcting my position right away, but pivot of my head remaining behind might be the problem. I don't have the strength to try again, I'm still sick from yesterday's tests. Description of problem: When I'm moving my head, the world around me (and mostly the cockpit which is closer) is moving with it, as if the pivot point of the world is different from the pivot point of my head. It feels the pivot point of the world is slightly outside my head, so when my head is moving, the world is kind of wobbly. A little bit like this, but the other way round: https://youtu.be/cppAegdR18c?t=41
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    VR Head pivot problem

    Thank you that's good to know! To be more precise with the issue: When I'm moving my head, the world around me (and mostly the cockpit which is closer) is moving with it, as if the pivot point of the world is different from the pivot point of my head. It feels the pivot point of the world is slightly outside my head, so when my head is moving, the world is kind of wobbly. A little bit like this, but the other way round: https://youtu.be/cppAegdR18c?t=41
  3. I'm tired of playing with the settings to get VR to work so I don't throw up after 2 minutes of game. I'm uninstalling DR2 now, in expectation of a serious (in the sense of professional) update. PS : my problem is mostly, when stationnary, when I move my head, the world and the cockpit move with it
  4. I think I've got the same issue here Super incomfortable when stationnary, inside the cockpit No problem with driving or lag or whatever, not a perf issue To me it feels more like, when tou're rotating your head (up/down mostly, also on the side) the rotation point is not exactly "inside" my head, but slightly outside, so the rotation is shifted, the whole landscape moves, and I throw up :-)
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