Best bet for now is a ceiling mounted setup, as it provides the best-of-both-worlds (ease of setup with single base station, plus 360 turning). Needs a tall-ish ceiling though.
Otherwise, WalkinVR or Driver4VR are great programs for 360 degree turn…
@delevero It's likely due to the IR signals from each
"When the base stations are turned on, they may affect some nearby infrared sensors, such as those used by an IR…
Don't think that would be possible. Even though it is bluetooth, the NOLO controllers rely on their Headset marker, so it'd have to be a whole app recoded for NOLO.
If NOLO supported the GearVR or Daydream standards it would make Android VR much mo…
I've been quite busy so I didn't have a chance to test until now, but I wanted to confirm:
1. The upgrade to new firmware seems to have gone great!
2. RiftCat has a bug starting on my GearVR, but if I switch my GearVR to act like a Cardboard (app on…
NOLO isn't the same tech/design so you won't really be able to use its base station to track your VIVE at all.
That said, can you get anything to display on the VIVE? You might be able to use RiftCat still with NOLO and a junk Android phone (that i…
Do you have a power cable to the base station running across the ceiling?
The only way a low power "listen" mode makes sense is if the base station has constant power.
Otherwise, your play sessions will get pretty short as the base station is the …
You tried it wireless with RiftCat?
Using Android phone?
My NOLO worked for me day 1 and I orderer from the first batch/on Kickstarter, this is my setup:
5GHz wireless AC modem + RiftCat
Nolo desktop software
What's your PC specs?
Also, people who see it might not be using the same setup (eg: Pimax + PiPlay instead of RiftCat or Trinus), so just because there's lots of views I wouldn't be surprised when it takes a few days for people to respond.
Driver4VR Kinect and Leap features are neat for people without NOLO (and Kinect is just in general super cool), but as @Tux0Topo said, it's mainly for free move and rotation without needing to physically turn around or move
NOLO was designed for Mobile VR primarily, and from my tests that works fairly well.
The problem is almost all VR content for motion controls is understandably desktop only.
NOLO has always worked alright for me, especially wireless with RiftCat a…
I'm happy enough with RiftCat + NOLO wireless, but iVRy for Android is an instant-buy for me
Also, I'm a big fan of the WalkinVR and Driver4VR software, and was wondering if iVRy will support tools like that / integrate with them in any way? The b…
The mobile VR isn't getting content fast enough sadly, but it's very fun to play without wires and a PC needed.
As for the talk of a 360 degree setup, I still use my Oculus Rift in front-facing only and love it (use WalkinVR or Driver4VR to gain ex…
@Tux0Topo Play Cardboard also works for regular cardboard apps, I say daydream though because it is what the newer phones will be using.
I do have S8+ with GearVR and the Play Cardboard app and it works fine (use an Samsung Galaxy S6 Cardboard QR c…
Very cool! Just wanted to let you know that ConstructVR has said they'll be shutting down in the future, might be worth finding another method of distribution later on!