November 28, 2020 at 5:34 AM #807VoodooKeymaster
What steps have you taken to get it working? What GPU? Plugging it directly by HDMI no adapters? I should be able to help.
Here is the steps I followed to get up and running:
Goto http://www.direkt-tek.com/support/ and find WVR1, WVR2, & WVR3 and click download under driver then download Holoview (Virustotal said it’s clean, great site).
Now once it’s installed right click on Holoview in your task tray by the clock and select Holoview upgrade. Reboot if it asks and then run it again. Repeat till it says no updates.
Now right click on Holoview once more and select Firmware Upgrade.
Unplug Headset HDMI and USB then replug.
Suggest going in your Windows Display settings and duplicate your Monitor and the VR Headset (it will be displayed as a monitor).
Once done load up Steam and click on Tools then install SteamVR (can optionally opt into the beta too).
Load it up and ignore any errors. Go in the SteamVR settings. Click on Developer and then enable direct display mode. This will reload SteamVR. You shouldn’t need to reconnect the Headset cables but if it still gives an error try that.
Should be up and running. If it loads in Safe Mode then make sure to exit Safe Mode and load it normally.
Id’s also suggest under General to disable the SteamVR Home and under developer to untick “Enable advanced super sampling filter” may produce better looking head movement.
Remember to turn your Controller on before loading SteamVR. You should see a green controller icon. You can configure your Controller for native VR games and programs by selecting Devices in the SteamVR drop down menu and select Configure Controller.
Non-native VR games / programs will need Steam Big Picture Mode in settings then Controller.
Another quick fix I discovered. If you notice a blue line in say Steam Home VR or some games just go in the SteamVR settings then developer. Change large room to standing and click quick calibrate (will reset back to large next boot). Goodbye blue line.
WVR3 is the model that is 1440x1440p per eye. The WVR2 is a single screen and I hear has a wider lens so many prefer the WVR2 model as according to SteamVR also has an 80hz panel it just lacks IPD adjustment.
Though someone on the slickdeals forum did tweak the WVR3 to correct the chromatic aberration & image warping/fisheye and another user added “renderTargetScale” : 2.0″
Explained within these 3 links:
Now as for 2D to 3D to VR….
Snag the Big Screen Beta:
Then either track down Tridef since the company is bankrupt. Or look into BlueSkyDefender’s Super Depth 3D shader for Reshade: https://github.com/BlueSkyDefender/Depth3D
If you have an Nvidia card look into: https://helixmod.blogspot.com/2017/05/3d-fix-manager.html
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