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New OS Seems like it have a lot of Jitter

AR123AR123
edited June 2016 in Questions And Answers

Noticing a lot of jittering after downloading the latest OS. Any thoughts/Ideas as to what's up?

See example:

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  • Jarrod1937Jarrod1937 ✭✭✭

    Fixed video link (previous was edit URL):

  • Jarrod1937Jarrod1937 ✭✭✭

    I believe what you're referring to is aliasing, this happens when a display is attempting to render something that has higher resolution detail than the display is capable of showing. Personally I didn't see a difference before and after with aliasing, it was there before. You may notice it more on things with contrasting details.

  • AR123AR123
    edited June 2016

    @Jarrod1937 Thanks for the heads up and fixing the video link. Still an issue though, regardless before and after.

  • AR123AR123
    edited June 2016

    @Jarrod1937 True...but the issue isn't being displayed upon recording the hologram (e.g. you're not seeing what I'm seeing from the FoV). There's jittering/artifacts only on the right lens from what seems to be faulty wiring of the display. I was able to let the Microsoft team know and they're looking into it.

  • Jarrod1937Jarrod1937 ✭✭✭
    edited June 2016
    I see, that may actually be a different issue. If your video doesn't show what you're talking about, why post it? ;-)
    Maybe you can take a video with your phone through the right eye piece.
  • JeromeJerome ✭✭

    I also found some visual issues after the update of the OS. I found that the white cursor suffer issues when I move my head, which was not the case before the update (or maybe less noticeable).
    So its something thet MS can certainly solve by code.

  • @Jarrod1937 said:
    I see, that may actually be a different issue. If your video doesn't show what you're talking about, why post it? ;-)
    Maybe you can take a video with your phone through the right eye piece.

    @Jarrod1937 Sorry, didn't realize we were playing "Simon says" haha ... I posted the video not realizing that it didn't show up. I'll try to record it on my phone.

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