MOUNT CAMERA ON VR HEADSET

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VR headset with Leap Motion Controller
 

Integrate world-leading hand tracking into virtual worlds.

 

What Do You Need?

Download and install the Hand Tracking Software, and follow the steps below to get started right away.

Looking for Varjo?

The Varjo XR-3, VR-3, and VR-2 Pro headsets feature Ultraleap’s integrated hand tracking. Download the Varjo-specific SDK on their developer website.


Set Up Hand Tracking For Your Headset

1. Mount your camera module and connect it via USB

Use the USB cable included in the box.

⚠️ If using a DS-2 VR headset, please use a USB port on the computer, rather than the built-in USB port.


For Leap Motion Controller

If you have a Leap Motion Controller you can use a VR Developer Mount to attach the camera module to your headset.

Peel off the sticker, then use the free cable extender bundled with the mount to connect the controller directly to the computer.

 
 

For Stereo IR 170

If you have an Ultraleap Stereo IR 170 and access to a 3D printer, we recommend downloading and printing the free Stereo IR 170 Mount (CAD files).

If using the 3D printed mount, attach to the centre of the headset and insert the Stereo IR 170. Otherwise, we recommend using a small strip of velcro in the same position.

The Stereo IR 170 operates with a typical horizontal and vertical field of view of 170° x 170° and a depth of reliable tracking of 10cm to 75cm.

 

Remove both lens caps from the Stereo IR 170

 
Stereo IR 170 lens caps
 

2. If using an Oculus headset, enable external apps

⚠️ If using an Oculus VR headset, you must enable it to run applications outside of Oculus Home.

From the Oculus App Settings, check Unknown sources.

 
oculus external apps
 

Next Steps