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Low light and Windows Mixed Reality

I’ve just read that low light situations will mess up my Windows Mixed Reality... and yes my headset is unstable under those conditions. There was no requirement for light levels stated in any purchase, or marketing literature or advertisement.

If certain ambient levels were required, I would never have bought the device. If true, this predicate requirement completely invalidates my use of WMR. I need to fly my X-Plane simulator in exactly those conditions, low light. I cannot, and will not use my simululator, or games in any but a low light environment.

Please advise.

N.B. You need to allow us to enter our own tags instead of choosing from a list. Separating tag entries with a comma, as in 99.9% of decent web sites allows this...here it does not work.

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