DecaGear revealed that the DecaMove locomotion solution, which ships with the upcoming DecaGear 1 VR headset, will be available as a standalone product.
DecaGear recently revealed the DecaGear 1 VR headset, which features face and eye-tracking. DecaGear 1 also includes a tracking puck for your hips that allows you to control your movement orientation by rotating your hips.
Or Kuntzman, one of the company's founders, said that DecaMove would work with many headsets, including Valve Index, HP Reverb G2, and even Oculus Quest/Quest 2.
DecaGear is currently looking for game developers to partner with. Kuntzman said he had free prototype hardware available for developers with "active" Steam VR games.
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