Developers

Discover a powerful foot-operated motion controller for 3D environments and Virtual reality applications, and design thrilling experiences with renewed hand-driven tasks.

An amazing foot-powered motion controller

Virtual Reality

The 3dRudder enables users to move intuitively with their feet while their hands focus on doing, and is easy to operate, even for not technologically-minded people.

Discover how it works in VR

Serious gaming / Gaming

For UE4 users, and coming soon to Unity3D, navigate in VR Editor with your feet while you work with your hands on the scene you just designed.

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CAD

The 3dRudder lets users move in 3D digital models easily. They can focus their hands and mind on creating the best designs.

 
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3D environments

The 3dRudder can control machines, drones, and comes handy in every situation where two hands are not enough

 
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We provide the assets for an easy integration

Our SDK's


We provide you with Windows SDK including C#, C++, and Python so that you can easily integrate the 3dRudder into your own application. Our team is also here to help you during your integration phase to turn your project into a success.
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Our VR assets & plugins


Our VR plugin are regularly updated to the latest version available, so that no matter what platform you use for your VR application, Unreal Engine, Unity 3D, or Stingray by Autodesk, all you need to do is download the plugin you need and integrate the 3dRudder as a free locomotion solution.
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Technical data

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Operating system

> Windows 7
> Windows 8
> Windows 10

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Power/data

USB

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Windows Assets

C++
C#
Python

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VR Assets

Unity
Unreal engine
Stingray
Xenko

dashboard

Client software provided

3dRudder Dashboard

keyboard

Native Modes

Virtual reality controller
3D controller
Possibility to emulate a mouse, a keyboard, a joystick/HOTAS

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Virtual reality

Compatible with Windows VR
› HTC Vive
› Oculus Rift

settings

Functions

› 4 axes : X . Y . Z . rZ
› Speed, acceleration, deadzone adjustable
› Sound