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3D print Oculus Touch Stands

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by noorbeast, Dec 27, 2016.

  1. noorbeast

    noorbeast VR Tassie Devil Staff Member Moderator Race Director

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    Here is one way to protect you Oculus Touch controllers and stop them rolling around everywhere: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1995281

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    The survey has nothing to do with the thread. Nor is the survey anything other than a reflection of opinions from a particular cohort, rather than being actual data. For example GearVR has sold far more units than the HTC Vive, which is not reflected in the survey, hence this survey is way off base.
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    no offense, i just saw that nobody made a reply on this post. Just bought a VIVE recently, and own a 3d print shop, and am looking around on this forum. I personale think that the controllers of the rift are looking a bit odd. Also last week I bought the 'Medium' (3D Modelling / Sculpting) that is made for the rift and found out that the positioning of the buttons are ... hmm ... challenging. I mean if you use Oculus software on a VIVE. Just have to practise I think ;-)
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    Felt like a dud post for points that lacked relevance to the OP but you have coins so I was trying to understand if I was missing something.,
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    OK, ok, ok, I was asked (i think) to take part of the survey a time ago. Sorry to bother you guys.
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    I like your stand. The only one I found when I searched was far more "PLA eater" for the same result. However, I miss the point of printing a touch support : the space needed to store them is nearly the same if you store them face down. It is less elegant though.
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    When i get my printer ill be doing this. I have 2 oculus rifts and I have 4 of these just sitting on my desk. So i'll need to print these out.
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    I have a Oculus, but have no need for a Touch holder, as I rarely use them nowadays, they are back in their box.
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    True it’s not needed but I like everything to be somewhat organized. I like to have them out kind of like a showpiece in my gaming area.
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    What's your opinion on vr goggles? Is It easy to find the steering wheel or the joystick?
    Thanks.

    What's your opinion on vr goggles? Is It easy to find the steering wheel or the joystick when you have the goggles on?

    Thanks.