Mapping Bluetooth VR joystick controller

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  • #3429
    Talon TaylorTalon Taylor
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    I hope I’m not asking something that has already been answered but I’ve looked through the forum and can’t find my answer. I have 2 of these controllers, which I think Greg has also.
    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Merkury-Innovations-EVO-VR-Controller/176096211
    I can map some of the buttons but no matter what mode I put it in, VR/game mode, it wants to always assign 2 of the buttons as volume control. It has 2 trigger buttons and four action buttons. Is there a way that I can map all of them? It would make my setup perfect, so I can have trigger, touch press, touchpad, grip, menu, and system buttons.

    #3430
    Talon TaylorTalon Taylor
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    Also I am using Leap motion controll for tracking and riftcat, if anyone was wondering.

    #3431
    Talon TaylorTalon Taylor
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    I have another issue and question. I was first trying to use Leap Motion to emulate vive controllers. Do I need to uninstall that first to make it all work? Also should I select the controller to map the buttons or the leap motion? Sorry for all of the questions, I just want to get it all working and figured out before I buy the full driver4vr.

    #3766
    Alex MillsSoul245
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    look into if you have any more problems.
    https://www.kotulas.com/wcsstore/KotulaStorefrontAssetStore/images/pdf/54632.pdf
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    I know this might not be the same as yours but they all have the same functionality.

    you need to put it in game mode by hold down b then the function switch key, when in game mode it shouldn’t be able to the control volume.

    #3826
    Talon TaylorTalon Taylor
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    Thank you Soul245 that did seem to help with the controller mapping. All looks good now. I also figured out that I did have to uninstall the Leap Motion hand gesture emulator for steamvr, driver4vr handles that on its own. Running both gave me 2 sets of controllers. This makes my setup near perfect, and I didn’t have to spend hundreds of dollars. I took the controllers apart and added wrist straps.

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    #3964
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
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    cool

    #6000
    renato franciscorenato francisco
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    Hi talon

    Could you explain how you make it work?

    Step by step?

    When you said you unistalled hand gesture emulator, is that leap motion driver for steamvr?

    Any help will be appreciated

    Thanks

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