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Cosmos Beta release - 1.0.9.6

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Happy New Year 

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Step by step we're getting there.
Maybe too slow for some users here but the developers making progress.

As usual I tested Beat Saber.
The room was far away from being well lit (lights off and cloudy day on sunset.

I immediately could finish a level on expert with full combo where I failed everytime before due to glitches or track loss.
Cross movements seems more stable now.

So definetily a great move into right direction again.

Also tried the rifle mode in Overkill VR.
At least you can aim but still it's very stuttering, shaky, unstable.
Still a lot of improvements to do there.


I'd say NOW we're on that 90% some were talking about longer ago.

Thanks for keeping up the good work on improvements.


I wish you all a happy new year and many highscores and achievements in 2020 😉

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Looking much better. Bringing the controllers close to the headset doesn't cause them to freeze in mid air. Having said that there are still glitches (e.g. moving the controllers close to the HMD and away again causes some glitching/repositioning, also there seem to be occasional issues with tracking controllers when they cross in front of one another). Definitely getting there though.

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BTW one area that is still missing is the ability to pair a phone with the HMD (to receive notifications and take calls). At the moment VivePair is not compatible with Cosmos 🙁

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Nice tracking improvements.  I can almost play Angry Birds slingshot now!  Still not Rift S standards yet but getting closer.  If you move the controllers in a circle in front of you, like winding a winch, controllers still do a bit of wandering.

Not sure what this most requested thing was?  I thought it was going to be a re-centre function but I don't see this yet.  Still, a good positive way to start 2020 imho.  Cheers and Happy New Year Mates!

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This is like the cherry on top from the previous update, i though the previous beta was a big step forward with tracking, this beta is almost just as big of a step.

Keep up the good work.

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To do list:

1. Tracking optimization

2. Room orientation: recentre

3. Option to disable boundary

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1 hour ago, OuiMurphOui said:

@lamyipming

I have saw your post several time. Have you not solve the boundary problems  yet ?  Also what's " recenter" problems means? 

Recenter is useful for games like beat saber, were you have to face a particular direction to face the game/menus, the recenter feature is on the oculus headsets that involves double pressing the the equivalent of the vive home button to bring the the view of the game around to your center vision (mind you can manually adjust the center in the games options but its just easier to do it at the press of a button.

 

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Great update but still very bad tracking in rifle mode on Onward, Pavlov, The Last Player etc...due to occlusion

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14 hours ago, lamyipming said:

To do list:

1. Tracking optimization

2. Room orientation: recentre

3. Option to disable boundary

I noticed a new option in SteamVR when selecting the "Power" icon: reset seating position! This should take care of #2 and allow HTC to focus on #1 and #3.

I'm glad the updates keep coming, although it is hard to know exactly how much better the tracking is, since much of the experience is pretty subjective. I still notice quite a bit of wobble when holding my hands out infront of me otherwise still (or while making small movements). Occlusion, as others have stated, is still pretty bad when trying to hold a rifle.

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