Microsoft have pushed out an update to the SteamVR addin for Windows Mixed Reality. Update 1.1.221 has been with beta testers for just under a month and includes a number of improvements and fixes to the SteamVR integration with WMR. It fixes startup issues, Nvidia driver crashes and blurriness for games like the new Half-Life game.
Full list of fixes:
Windows Mixed Reality for SteamVR has been updated to version 1.1.221. This build contains the following changes:
Resolves a crash on startup that may occur on some hybrid PC configurations. This may have resulted in SteamVR failing to launch with a 301 failure code.
Resolved a crash that might occur on some Nvidia driver versions.
Reduced a source of blurriness for titles that use dynamic resolution, such as Half-Life: Alyx and the SteamVR Home.
Fixed an issue where the SteamVR button in the WMR mini menu wasn’t causing the SteamVR dashboard to activate.
Fixes some issues with skeletal input.
Resolved an issue where controller haptics might not activate.
Added a new dynamic resolution indicator: shows the maximum requested application size (light gray) and the size of the current frame (dark gray).
Adds a new dynamic resolution indicator scale setting.
Renamed the motionReprojectionIndicator settings – these are now used for both the motion reprojection and dynamic resolution indicators.