All of what I am reporting here can easily be seen by just creating a new project with each template. I’m running 4.21.1 on an Omen laptop with 32gb ram and 1070 graphics card + HTC Vive.
Product Viewer Vive controller lags significantly behind in its tracking. The laser pointer on one of the controllers actually keeps up better. This is easily verified by bringing up the SteamVR Overlay and moving the controller around, comparing the Steam foreground to the Unreal background.
Multi Viewer Vive view lags significantly behind in its tracking. This makes the multi viewer template unusable due to instant nausea. This doesn’t happen in the product viewer or standard VR template. Again, it’s easily verified by comparing it to the SteamVR overlay.
It’s weird that nobody else has reported this, because it’s really major and easily noticeable, which makes me worry that it’s this laptop I’m currently on, but everything else, including other Unreal templates, work fine…
Yes, maybe that is true, because when I made my own VR pawn from scratch, I noticed that the linetrace from the VR controller actually lagged behind the VR mesh itself, so perhaps in the Productviewer blueprint, the VR controller mesh use the linetrace result, I don’t know.
Also, I found an error in the Multiviewer blueprint when I went looking, so that’s perhaps also why I’m seeing issues in it:
Either way, as I said, I made my own VR pawn right now, and it has none of the issues I’m seeing with the Studio templates.