Move orientation in Steamvr

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  • #852
    AndecAndec
    Participant

    I’m sorry if this is like NOOB question but
    is it possible to use driver4vr to have joystick axises move the orientation in steamvr?
    i want to play roomscale while seated.
    I have the Pimax4K and NOLOVR but i don’t have the space for roomscale vr. so i’m thinking of using my rudder pedals or a 3dRudder to move in roomscale vr..

    #902
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    basically it is possible but how you would like to use hand controllers while holding joystick?

    #1088
    AndecAndec
    Participant

    i Usually don’t use my hands to Control my rudder pedals and the <ontroller i had in mind is the https://www.3drudder.com

    #1106
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    yes. it is possible. of course we talk here about moving withing 2-3 meter area of room space. to eliminate need for physical move.

    if game requires teleportation or joystick then you should use it instead.

    #1118
    AndecAndec
    Participant

    Is that supported right now or do you need to add a new feature?

    #1122
    FabianFabian
    Participant

    I’d love to use the pedals that came with my racing wheel to move forward and backward.

    #1137
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    so I guess if game uses touchpad to move, i can map this pedals to touchpad and emulate motion. is that what you want ?

    #1155
    AndecAndec
    Participant

    No not really.. most games dont allow for free movement.. what i need is joystick axes to be able to move the origo for the headset
    so that the game thinks i’m moving to ward the chaperone bound but i’m sitting still

    #1185
    Bla BlablaGreg Driver
    Keymaster

    can you give me example of game? we should not make methods that imply behavior not desired by game developers.
    Greg

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