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    [RESOLVED] This is doing my head in

    The graphics are literally giving me intense vertigo on some of the steeper tracks.
    I'm fairly new to pCars 2 only been playing this for a couple of weeks now. Love the game as a whole. Been sim racing for about 6 years. I've never had this happen to me in other racing games.
    Bathurst is one of the worst. I'm generally running between 17 and 20 AI on the track. I've tried lowering the graphic settings. So I have a fairly consistent fps of 60 to 70. Which helped a bit.

    I'm running an 8th Gen Intel Core i3-8100, 3.6 ghz 8GB DDR4 with an Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 OC 2G Graphics Card. With a Visio 1080p 120hz 46 Inch flat screen

    This is very distracting, and not natural feeling at all.

    Any thought or suggestions would be very much appreciated.

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    set world movement to 100, or 0.
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    Could you give a little more detail? What do you mean by "the graphics"?

    Are you experiencing graphical issues like stutter or artifacts, or do the hills look too realistic and confuse your inner ear?

    I had some issues when I first tried VR at Laguna. That corkscrew....
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    i would say, in view of the minimum specs, i3-8100 and GTX1030 is far behind.
    This is a typical office system.
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    Vertigo etc are usually experienced with VR. I am actually surprised that you are getting it with a monitor. Maybe there is some weird interference between your specific setup (resolution, fps, refresh rate) and your brain... You can fiddle more with those, maybe it will help.

    But if it really happens only on hills then my guess would be it's something different, it's about depth/height perception. I would definitely try changing world movement, also FOV and or monitor distance.

    From my and other people's experiences with VR, these things are highly individual (some people are susceptible, some are not), and usually goes away with time and experience. My transition to VR was pretty seamless, but initially I had moments of feeling weird, and they went away. Now I only have like micro-vertigos occasionally and only when I reverse or if I slide and then hit the barrier, especially backwards.
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    On a monitor? Very surprised to hear that. Anyway, desensitisation is the way ahead so do loads of laps at Laguna.
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    Quote Originally Posted by satco1066 View Post
    i would say, in view of the minimum specs, i3-8100 and GTX1030 is far behind.
    This is a typical office system.
    Actually, the i3-8100 has a better performance rating than the i5-3450. And while yes the GTX1030 isn't top of the line. It was within my budget and works with a standard 300 watt power supply. It can handle anything up to 1080p quite well. Which is what Im running. If I set performance and visuals to minimum, it runs a solid 90 to 100 fps. I have the in game settings some where around medium. So like I said, I'm getting 60 to 70 fps with no lag, stuttering or screen tear. The graphics are smooth and clean.

    I've already set world movement to 0. And I already tried setting everything to minimum and even lowered the resolution. Didn't do a lot to help, still getting vertigo. Which is weird because I don't usually suffer from that. After years of mountain biking, rock climbing and horse back riding, I've never got this. Maybe I'm getting older

    I'm guessing that it is the inner ear thing like Twinz suggested and I just have to push through it. PawelK gave a couple of ideas I haven't tried yet. Thank you very much for that.

    Anyway, thanks for the responses and suggestions they are very much appreciated.
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    Well I played descent back in the days. It was the first game which let you move in all the directions. Foreward,backwards, up and down. The first time I started this game I got instant motion sick. Lol. So it is possible...
    Now several years later and In VR I doe not experience this anymore but it was a hard time at that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregoryleo View Post
    ... .

    I've already set world movement to 0. And I already tried setting everything to minimum and even lowered the resolution. Didn't do a lot to help, still getting vertigo.
    Try world movement @ 100.
    It keeps the dashboard still, as if the camera is fixed to the car.
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    I get tummy flips sometimes on big gradient changes with a 58 inch screen at about 1m from my eyes. This is something I would also expect irl so I don't see it as a problem but the sim managing to work it's magic on my brain effectively.

    This is with world movement at zero and all other movement settings off. My screen is large and it is set low so I see a large amount of the inside of the car, I think this increases the chance of feeling the dips and rises.
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