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Nefaro
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Your TrackIR

Post by Nefaro on Tue Nov 11, 2014 1:19 pm

Are you adjusting to your TrackIR okay thus far?

It took me awhile before I got the sensitivity settings to a preferable spot, and used to looking around while flying. Still rather iffy in ROF just because it has that extra dead zone when looking straight up, though.

One thing I raised sensitivity on specifically for ROF is the X axis (side-to-side movement). Helps a lot when you can peek a ways over the sides and look fore/down/rearward.
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Re: Your TrackIR

Post by Dukely on Tue Nov 11, 2014 4:03 pm

I haven't made any major adjustments. I got used to it fairly quickly. It now feels completely natural to move my head to look around in games.


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