Total Motion Control At The Feet In VR And Gaming
Put your feet on the 3dRudder foot motion controller and experience full, intuitive and precise motion control in your PlayStation VR, PC VR or standard PC games. Move forward, backward, strafe, turn, or move up & down. Speed up, slow down, stop exactly where you chose to. Achieve in seconds impossible movements like orbiting a target while shooting at it. And notice how, after just a few minutes, motion at the feet becomes second nature.
Run the game.
Discover the 3dRudder for your favorite platform
The 3dRudder is a versatile motion controller for VR gaming – PlayStation VR or your PC VR headset: Oculus Rift / Rift 2, HTC Vive, Valve Index -, and standard Windows PC gaming. Read more on how it brings total motion control to your experience.
Experience total motion control in those games!
Imagine yourself playing Skyrim VR, moving with your feet and the 3dRudder thus freeing up your hands for the sword or shield!
Answering the biggest objections to the 3dRudder in VR
The 3dRudder is a revolutionary device. We get incredibly positive feedback from users who took the leap. But we also get some critics, as do any transformative innovations. Here are the answers to the biggest objections made to us about moving in VR with the 3dRudder.
“Being seated kills the mood”
Not only is this not true but the 3dRudder brings a strong sense of security enabling to immerse yourself deeper in VR, not having to worry about losing your balance or hitting/being hit by what’s around you in the real world.
“Standing is the only way to experience VR”
Have you ever tried Wolfenstein Cyberpilot, Vox Machinae or Scraper VR at the 3dRudder? Or exploration games like Half-Life: Alyx or Fallout VR where standing for hours won’t do? or a space sim like Space Junkies where it’s just impossible to stand? Unless a game is designed to be played standing like Beat Saber, the 3dRudder is a must have controller.
“This device must cause motion sickness and nausea”
On the contrary, as stated by many users, the 3dRudder helps mitigate motion sickness that VR first-timers may experience.
Ok, let’s play a game. Let’s try to orbit around this target while shooting at it. 5…4…3…2…1… done with the 3dRudder. Should probably take the stick-lovers a week of intense training before they succeed, if they ever do.
On PlayStation VR, all you have to do is plug the device and play one of the 40+ compatible games, with another 30+ coming soon. On PC, we offer many ready-to-use preset configurations you just need to activate to play most existing VR games, and we have more and more games integrating the 3dRudder directly and offering a plug & play experience. And for our upcoming Quest version, we’ll have the same plug & play experience as on PlayStation.
“I won’t be able to coordinate my feet and my hands”
Of course you will. Anyone can do it, even our CEO’s mother did it in a matter of seconds.
The 3dRudder does wonders for PC and gaming accessibility
The 3dRudder foot controller is also a great accessibility device when missing a hand/arm from birth or following an injury or an accident, suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist, elbow or shoulder tendonitis or arthritis, or recovering from a stroke and unable to execute delicate tasks with one (or even both) of your hands.
The 3dRudder can be used with a variety of games and applications on PC. It can be turned into a partial foot keyboard, a full-fledged foot mouse, a foot joystick, a foot Hotas, a foot pedal, a VR motion controller… It is natively supported by some PlayStation games (Fortnite) and by the Xbox Adaptive Controller to play any Xbox games.
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