You would be getting back to the maker to show your displeasure.
We know that on many Android phones the sensors can be erratic. Google Maps has changed their apps to account for sensor problems.
-> Here's a thing. There are folks that dish any solution that is not technically accurate or "the best." You might be that person. That means you would test before you buy. Most solutions are "good enough" but I get the feeling you want a Ferrari.
i have found out that most of the motion tracking in the vr headsets are based on camera and motion-sensors. these mechanisms have their downsides and i was wondering what they were in more detail.
also what is been doing to solve the areas that camera and motion-sensors fail