Wrote to Jason at 7th March, still no response
The community knows that all your team is very busy with Kuban, but please could you pay attention to one problem here and give us the official feedback.
The thing is, the full Windows Mixed Reality VR headsets line(Samsung Odyssey, Lenovo Explorer, Acer, HP, Dell, Asus) work incorrect, namely, use wrong scale inside the game. Due to this, so-called the "giant head" or "RC model" effect arises, when everything around seems to be smaller 2 or 3 times that it should be in real life. The IPD parameter(virtual pilot interpupillary distance set in game) has the main influence on the game scale.
Somehow the IPD parameter in Il-2 is strictly based on helm resolution. May be my hunches are wrong, but the fact is - this parameter is locked and equal approx. 13 cm instead of 6.8cm.
This is more concrete post on the forum https://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/32232-samsung-odyssey/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-544631
The VR support was brought into Il-2 at 11 April 2017, so all WMR VR helm line wasn't in sale yet and Il-2 developers attached to Oculus and HTC resolution, but now in WMR line it is higher in 1.5-2 times. I tested other games and aviasimulators - everything was correct there with scale. Seems it is just needed to deattach or unblock the IPD parameter in the game, because changing from 0.13 to 0.068 "or_ipd" in "startup.cfg" file now changes nothing unfortunately.
I bought helm specially for Il-2 and I don't play any other games - I am very dissapointed that it doen't work properly after month helm delivery waiting. I see such great work to implement and realise VR experience into this game - graphics, flying sensation, real cockpit presence effect and cannot fly due to the engine goes out from my nose and wings from my ears.
This problem isn't being solved for practically half a year(from November). And the tech support doesn't give a proper answer. Many people don't know to sell their helm or to wait. I even can give my helm for tests, but unfortunately I am from Saint-Petersburg and developers are from Moscow.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you, best regards!