The camera inclination didn't help any? At home I ever only had issues with DCVR, the rest either I didn't play long enough or I was moving a lot but no drift or lousy tracking.
All good here. I have pretty much found the proper placements depending on games. I was just trying to pass along info from my expereinces to somone else. My rule now is basically always keep the camera level or close to level with the headset. Also, follow the instructions. Some games call for the camera to be placed above the TV (Farpoint), some games below (Moss). Some don't so I just follow the rules layed out by the games that do offer guidance.
It is a learning curve, but as I said, hopefully it will be ironed out with PSVR 2, and mostly eliminate any troubleshooting. Current PSVR definitly has to be slightly babysat, which does not align itself well with the mainstream. Most people expect things to just work.
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