Here's the patent filed for HDST that gives an overview of how it works: https://www.google.com/patents/EP2523074A2?cl=en&dq=inassignee:%22Golden+Emperor+International+Ltd.%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjIgJeru6rNAhXF1h4KHQjwDwsQ6AEIHTAD
There are 4 or 5 firmware versions that I am not able to acquire and try. Dead links. No one else hosted them, so they might as well be gone from the internet. Firmware 3.10 is actually 1.50. For some reason they tried to make it appear as a higher number? Whatever.
I still don't understand why the original firmware had the 3060 angle snapping on Dual Sensor Mode but 1.50 removed it. They played around with it a bit? The firmware can not be downgraded because....there's nothing to downgrade it to. I'd have to rebuy the mouse.
Using black tape to cover the sensor or situating the mouse so only one sensor is capable of tracking:
3060 covered/out of range = no tracking
A9500 covered/out of range= brief duration of tracking then nothing
So I tried this. I covered up the A9500 opening. Brief tracking then nothing. However, if I tapped the A9500 lens opening(black tape still covering it) and then quickly set the mouse down, I could get the 3060 to track movement for at most 3-4 seconds.
This quirk plays into the lod issue. LOD is never consistent and this causes the tracking to cut off depending on the scenario.
What were they thinking? This never had a chance.
They gave it another shot with the Anura. This time a A9800 sensor was situated above the 3060 sensor. Now add what might have been the original 9800's srom smoothing hell to the mix....
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This mouse is just a waste of time.