3dRudder: total motion control at the feet in PC VR

Free up your hands of motion to focus on the action.

Put your feet on the 3dRudder and experience full, intuitive and precise motion control in hundreds of VR games for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift S or Valve Index. Move forward, backward, strafe, turn, or move up & down. Speed up, slow down, stop exactly where you chose to. Achieve in seconds movements like orbiting around a target while shooting at it, that are almost impossible to do with thumb-sticks. And notice how after just a few minutes, motion at the feet becomes second nature. Your hands now focus solely on the action.
Run the game.

Take your VR experience to a whole new level

Discover the power of your feet

It takes only a few seconds to learn how to use the 3dRudder. After about 10 to 20 minutes of playing, you’ll just totally forget about it. Moving with the feet in VR will have become second nature as it is in real life.

Move in VR with incredible precision and intuition

Your 3dRudder grants you full motion control: speed-up, slow down, stop exactly where you choose to. Your feet are surprisingly good at moving you. You don’t think movement anymore. They just take you where you need to go.

Free your hands for action

Your hands can finally focus on shooting, looting, hitting… You are fully immersed in a fuller, enhanced, thrilling VR experience.

No teleportation. Move naturally where you want to go to and enjoy a fluid immersion experience.

The 3dRudder works with hundreds of PC VR games

The 3dRudder lets you move with your feet in hundreds of existing VR games and experiences, thanks to our free-to-download dashboard software. Forget thumb-sticks, teleportation or room-scale limits. Move freely, your hands focused on action.

You can also install the 3dRudder Driver for SteamVR, available here on Steam. Together with dedicated binding files, you’ll get the most immersive experience in amazing games like Half Life: Alyx or No Man’s Sky.

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Explore VR worlds without limits

With no constraint of space as you can use the 3dRudder is small rooms, no physical strain, no complicated set-up, you can fully enjoy how wide VR is. So just sit down, put your VR headset on and let your feet move you beyond.


Experience foot-powered free locomotion in your VR games & VR experiences. The 3dRudder is compatible with VR games purchased on Steam VR and the Oculus store.

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The 3dRudder enables 3 types of locomotion

Walking, running

In FPS games, the 3dRudder lets you move your character with superior ease

Piloting, steering

Fly your plane or vessel on up to 4 axes & perform complex aerial manoeuvres

Hovering over, spectating

Experience helicopter-like motion & move freely in 360° environnements

The 3dRudder is compatible with the best-selling PC VR headsets

Oculus Rift/Rift S

The 3dRudder is fully compatible with the Oculus Rift and the Touch controllers. The 3dRudder is your foot-powered VR motion controller, and frees up your hands to get more immersed in your VR games.

Valve Index

The 3dRudder is compatible with the Valve Index to play in high definition virtual reality games purchased on Steam VR. Using our 3dRudder Driver for SteamVR, you’ll get the most out of your VR experience.

HTC Vive/Vive Pro

The 3dRudder works perfectly with the HTC Vive and the wand controllers. Transfer motion management from your hands to your feet and get more immersed in your VR games.

You like it in black?

We do! That’s why we created the Black Edition special bundle.
Customize your 3dRudder foot-controller, and save money!

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The 3dRudder is also a great controller for gamers with upper-body limited mobility

Play again your favorite games on PC & Xbox using your feet. Combine the 3dRudder with other controllers, joysticks or buttons. Surprisingly intuitive, it will take you a few seconds to get familiarized with the controls of the 3dRudder. Versatile, the 3dRudder is an impressive PC controller you can turn instantly into a foot keyboard, a foot joystick, a foot Hotas, a foot mouse, or the foot stick of an Xbox controller (via the Xbox Adaptive Controller).

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