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PostPosted: Sun Apr 16, 2023 5:32 pm 

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Hello! I recently purchased some gloves and velcro straps for the PS Motion Controller, and I wanted to know if there's a good way to calibrate while wearing it!

Many Thanks appreaciated! :)

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2023 9:51 am 

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Way back when I was testing different ways to attach the PSP controllers to the back of my hand, I eventually dropped the idea because the position made it awkward to access the buttons for remote controlling iPi Recorder. IMO, glove attachment is fine when there is another person at the workstation controlling the software, but it's not so good when I'm working solo.

So, basically, I just hold the controls in my hands. As long as I keep a firm grip, the software still captures rotation very accurately. Since I'm not capturing my fingers anyway, I just pretend to do full hand motions but with my hands closed.

The tricky part is learning to relax the wrist and perform naturally, but it can be done. Just keep in mind that what you're doing is a form of puppetry and it can take practice to master the 'puppet'. In this case, that includes 'operating' the wrist motions of the puppet.

Hope this helps.

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