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Old 03-29-2016, 01:52 AM
mape2k mape2k is offline
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I would not advice you to apply a strong magnetic field. This could potentially do more harm than good.

Are you using the Oculus together with the camera (which is supposed to go on top of the monitor)? If not, the slow yaw drift is a normal behavior of the Oculus and can not be corrected.

We are having the same issue here, as we are using the Oculus together with a Vicon Tracking System inside a large room. Thus, we cannot use the camera and we get a slow yaw drift (1-4deg/min) whenever the Oculus is not in motion.
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