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I recently bought a Cosmos, but I'm having problems with the camera tracking. Everytime I crouch in a game to pick up something off the ground, the ground suddenly gets raised. I live in a small flat and the headset is set up in my bedroom near where the computer is, so there's limited space to move around. Tried looking online for a solution, but I'm getting nowhere.

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@Gabby31 - My #1 tip for debugging optical tracking is to enable pass-through on the headset to get an idea of what the headset's cameras are actually seeing. This can let you know if things are too bright, dark, or if you don't have enough visual texture in your room.

Is there enough visual "texture" in your environment to allow the headset's cameras to calculate the headset's location?

If your floor is a solid color, or it's a dark floor with and you have high-contrast white walls, it can make the floor invisible to the cameras. Try confirming with pass-through.

You can try to add objects to your floor to increase tracking. High contrast objects, photos, or unique patterns can help.

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