Add intuitive, immediate and natural motion at the feet in your training or simulation applications for Oculus Quest or Pico NeoDiscover the 3dRudder Pro Wireless
The only solution providing users with intuitive, effortless and natural motion control in VR and 3D, freeing the hands for action.
Immediate and intuitive
With the 3dRudder foot motion controller, there is no time wasted anymore on training users on how to move in VR with sticks. No issues either with them having difficulties coordinating motion at the sticks while acting with their hands. It takes less than 5 seconds for anyone, even non gamers, to use it and start moving as in real life, while securely seated.
Seamless motion in VR
Thanks to its 4 axes, the 3dRudder brings intuitive motion control to your VR applications. Effortless movements of the feet on its platform suffice to trigger motion: tilt the 3dRudder forward or backward to move forward/backward, left/right, rotate it, or exert pressure to move up or down, and experience natural and precise motion control.
Easy integration and set-up
Integration of the 3dRudder into a VR application takes just a few hours. It can also be used with a wide range of existing VR applications. Deployment is very quick with minimal set-up. The unit is easily stored or carried. It doesn't have any onboard battery in case it needs to be put in a checked bag when traveling.
Wired or wireless
Whether you're equipped with wireless headsets like the Oculus Quest or the Pico Neo or wired ones like the HTC Vive Pro, there is a 3dRudder foot motion controller for you. Our foot controller is also great to use with standard 3D applications, to control remote machines in 3D environments, or for accessibility.
3dRudder Pro Wireless: natural motion at the feet for Oculus Quest / Quest 2 or Pico Neo / Neo 2 training and business applications
All it takes are intuitive, effortless movements of the feet on the 3dRudder, while securely seated.
Whether combined with the exciting and limitless hand tracking feature of the Oculus Quest / Quest 2 or with the hand controllers of the Oculus Quest or the Pico Neo, the 3dRudder Pro Wireless adds natural motion to your training or business applications. Any user understands in a matter of seconds how to move with the feet, and have their hands free to act, as in real life.
Integration into an Oculus Quest / Quest 2 application takes just a few hours thanks to our Unity3D, Unreal Engine or C++ components. Visit our developer section for details.
The motion controller for your industry
Training . Simulation
Create limitless training and simulation environments and provide users with a safer, more intuitive and more natural VR experience.See more
Gaming . Animation . Motion Picture
Integrate the 3dRudder right from the start in your VR projects to build new gameplays, and create experiences where the potential of virtual reality is fully optimizedSee more
Medical ImagingSee more
3dRudder Design Edition
Use the 3dRudder to control your view mode and manipulate your 3D objects, and free up your hands for design only.See more
Tourism . Culture
Grant your visitors an exclusive access to your site in virtual reality. With the 3dRudder, they will explore, wander, discover at their own pace and live a unique experience they will want to share with others.See more
Real estate . Construction
Visit your projects and properties from ground level up to top floor, explore every angle, pick your perspective, in a truly interactive and immersive way thanks to the 3dRudder as a free locomotion solution.See more
Occupational and Physical Therapy
Combine the 3dRudder with a VR experience for occupational therapy, exposure therapy, physical therapy or relaxation exercisesSee more
How professionals use the 3dRudder.
Businesses from various industries explain how they use the 3dRudder and the value add to their organizations.See all business cases
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