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Unable to setup the calibration with Samsung Headset
I got a Samsung device and I'm unable to pass the calibration phase. When holding the headset facing the computer, it always complains about the light situation (too dark?). Even powerful lights, it doesn't work. I can click on 'Center' once in a while, but the calibration fails immediately (the marker is white, and then turns red immediately).
The PC is a Dell Aurora that runs Occulus and Vive headset fine (Win10 up to date, Nvidia 1070, ...).
It seems there's something really wrong in the calibration. The headset itself works: we can run the basic demos, but the controllers are way off.
Why should the headset face the computer ? Looking for the screen ? Looking for the joysticks ?
Thanks for any tips