When I change any of the sensitivity settings, they reset to default every time.
After a period of time, the Hydra stops responding at all, and I have to reboot the system to get it back. I think it has to do with the the system going into standby.
I use the Wii motion sensor on shooters all of the time but the Hydra seems much harder and less intuitive to move around with. My wrists and hands ache after playing for a while. This seems to be because I am holding my hands in unnatural positions to change my view, turn corners, etc. Am I doing something wrong?
The cursor is not steady and is not fast or accurate enough, and I am getting crushed in Battlefield Bad Company 2 multiplayer...the only electronic device near the base is the HP 2310m monitor, about 6 inches away.
When I first plugged the Hydra in, Windows 7 downloaded a driver automatically and I have a tool in the control panel to calibrate etc, but it does not work; it will not pick up any Hydra motion.
I also am having trouble with crouch (always going into by accident), melee (can never get the gesture just right, I usually reload or something) and jump to a lesser degree...being able to map these to buttons would probably make for a better experience.