How do you make an app that will run on your VR headset?
This article will teach you how to create your own virtual reality motion tracking app in a matter of minutes.
In this article, we’ll walk you through how to get the hardware and software to work together seamlessly.
The hardware is a Raspberry Pi, a few Raspberry Pis, a webcam and a few cables, and a power supply.
The software is a motion definition program that we downloaded and installed onto our Raspberry Pi.
The app will track the movement of your head as you look around your environment.
It will also measure how fast your head moves.
In addition to all of this, we’re using the Raspberry Pi to power our Raspberry Pis motion sensor.
You can download the software here.
To get started, we’ve created a new directory in our home directory called motion-tracking-app and named it “motion”.
Inside that directory, we need to install the required dependencies.
We can find them on the Pi download page.
For example, if we wanted to install a Raspberry Pis camera, we’d use the command sudo apt-get install python-camera python-usb-modules python-graphics-video-utils.
After that, we can start our motion definition script: #!/usr/bin/env python import os from sys import argv from pygame.locals import get_dir from PyMotionDefinitions import MotionDefinition from motion.cx.controller import MotionController from pymotion.cxe.controller.controller class MotionController ( MotionController ): def __init__ ( self , controller ): self .controller = controller self .motion_dir = os .
dirname ( os .
__file__ ) self .head_dir_name = os. path .
pathname ( __file __ ) self ._init = True def __str__ (): return ” + str ( os.path.join ( self .path_name, “motion” )) def __repr__ ( cls ): return cls ( os ) + ” ‘ + str (( self ._head_path_file .
__name__ ) for _ in range ( 4 ))) def get_head_directory_name ( self ): if self ._Head_dir is None : return os .
environ [ “WIFI_PASSWORD” ] os .
chdir ( self ._Dir ) return os [ ‘HOME’ ] + ” /motion” class MotionCaptureController ( motion.controller ): def start_video ( self ) : # The first parameter is the name of the device (e.g. “Raspberry Pi”) for device in os .
listdir ( “Motion” ): device .
__dirname = “motion capture device” # The second parameter is an argument of the type “object” for device_id in os.listdir ( device_dir ): if device_ID in os [ “motion_capture_device_id” ]: # The third parameter is a pointer to the current directory name of a file (e,g.
motion_capturing_video.py ) device_file_name_p = os [ device_Dir ] .
name if device .
name in os ( “motion capturing video.py” ): os .
mkdir ( os ( device .
filename ), device_name ) os .
makedirs ( device ) os [ “-” + device_filename ] = os ( ‘motion capturing’ ) else : os .
setdefault ( os , device_type ) return if __name_count ( device ): print “Starting capture” print “Capture started!” print “Using: ” + device. name + “