If you'd like to know how to set up full body tracking on HTC Vive, then we've got you covered right here.
Full body tracking can be achieved on the Vive by its use of tracking accessories such as the upcoming HTC Vive Wrist Tracker and plenty of other options out there so that the headset can track a range of body parts including ankles, wrist and your waist.
So, without further ado, here's how to set up full body tracking on the HTC Vive.
How To Set Up Full Body Tracking On HTC Vive
Here's our handy step by step guide on how to set up full body tracking on your HTC Vive. This process is reliant upon you buying some trackers before proceeding, so if you're happy to, then go right ahead.
Once you've bought the relevant trackers, start up SteamVR on your PC and head into Devices and then into the 'Pair Controller' section.
Once opened, you should get a pairing box that opens. When in there, select 'I want to pair a different kind of controller' and click 'HTC Vive Tracker' which will initiate the pairing process.
You'll need to repeat this for as many Vive trackers as you wish to use.
Attach the trackers to the relevant body parts you want to track in-game and start up your game.
In addition, you can also connect the trackers up to custom controllers such as things like guns, rackets and so on, to make shooters and sports games even more immersive.
Once you're all done with pairing, then you're free to start up a game and experience the power of full-body tracking. It's going to work well with the best VR games out there and add an extra dimension of realism to your playing experience.
So, there you have it, that's how to set up full-body tracking on your HTC Vive, and it looks like a pretty simple process.
We'll be back very soon with more VR guides, news and info and be sure to check back in with us, especially with some exciting games like Startenders and Wands Alliances on the way, and potentially interesting headsets including PSVR 2 and the Apple AR Headset.