FreePie

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  • #5063

    ApeGantz
    Participant

    I recently got into this DIY VR thing and I have mostly everything down pact.

    I am having an issue with Freepie. I am using the FreepieBridge everything tracks in the PSMoveConfigTool. SO launching Driver4VR correctly it shows my DK2 and the Driver.

    The issue is choosing a head tracker. Here’s the list.
    “OFF – I have my own tracker
    FreeTrack
    Nolo – Beta
    Kinect – Skeleton
    Kinect – Ledlight/Ball
    (reserved)
    existing tracker(in development)”

    Now looking at tutorials for this program(Most likely an older version EXAMPLE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9QV7mxO-IE) where it says Source it says FreePie.

    I don’t see that on my version, 4.0.8.9 Beta.

    Now I am using a ping pong ball to do this and I did get this to work but I needed to use a actual move controller, tricking the program. The pingpong ball tracked but that is not how this program should work.

    Now I can’t even test the program anymore because of the trial.

    Doing my research, apparent there was a Freepieconnector or something like that but that took me to the download page. I’m lost.

    #5738

    Gerald Carr
    Participant

    im having the same problem. ive got my headset to track in PSMS but it wont transfer the data to steam even with free pie and pie bridge running.

    #5748

    Greg Driver
    Keymaster

    freepieconnector was very first name.
    you should use FreeTrack as an option and then run
    PSMoveFreepieBridge
    and ‘freepie example script.py’ from the folder using FreePIE
    before the FreePIE scipt was not required but that was not the right thing to do this.
    let me know if that works.

    #6165

    Lucas Schibli
    Participant

    did not work for me 🙁

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