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Hi All,

 

As the title says, this only happens when flying, however, it's normal in the main menu. There's a slight double vision which makes me a little dizzy when trying to focus on the fpsVR display values. It happens in both Reverbs and it's been like this for a while. Is anyone else having/had this issue? Is there a fix for it?

 

Thanks!!!

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yes same problem, not sure why, i dont know if there is a fix

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I have noticed eye strain when looking at overlays over DCS, for example when looking at the steamVR loading dialogue box.  I wonder if this has to do with the crosseye correction that DCS requires that other apps don't need.

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Oh ok. Thanks for the feedback. I thought I was losing my eye sight. lol

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Sorry but I’m not getting that problem. But I use to see fpsvr on my monitor next to steamvr setting but for some reason it does not show up now. Very weird. All smooth in the headset though. 

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5 hours ago, DArt said:

Same for me and same thing with VRK Kneeboard also. For me, it was due to the cross-alignment view settings I have to do with my G2 but perhaps it is not related 🤔

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23 hours ago, pimp said:

Hi All,

 

As the title says, this only happens when flying, however, it's normal in the main menu. There's a slight double vision which makes me a little dizzy when trying to focus on the fpsVR display values. It happens in both Reverbs and it's been like this for a while. Is anyone else having/had this issue? Is there a fix for it?

 

Thanks!!!

 

In DCS VR settings force IPD settings, tick it and set it to about 12, it sounds strange I know but it also adjust world scale and can help.

 

I force IPD in DCS to 12, if I dont I get a cross eye effect and the cockpits seems to small, I am a big guy and if I leave it default I feel like a giant in a midgets cockpit. 

 

give it a go and let me know if it helps, you may need to adjust it for your own preference, you can do it while say in the cockpit.

 

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