The stereo camera can be powered by connecting it to an external battery pack or directly to a power outlet. Meanwhile, the motion controllers are powered by built-in rechargeable lithium batteries. Lastly, the LED marker draws power from your mobile phone at a very low rate.
The motion controller consists of a clickable navigational touchpad, an app button, a home button, a side trigger, and a main trigger at the back.
Yes, a vibration motor is placed in each controller to provide vibration feedback that can be programmed for specific actions.
The stereo camera transfers all computed positional data to the LED marker via a 2.4GHz wireless dongle. This data is then transferred by the LED marker to the mobile phone via USB 2.0. As for rotational data and controller button input, these data are transferred from the motion controllers directly to the mobile phone via Bluetooth LE.
At the moment, a single stereo camera is sufficient for basic gameplay. However, if you require more extensive coverage of your play space, you can definitely add on another stereo camera to increase the tracking area of your play space.
The stereo camera is robust enough to accurately track the LEDs in most environments. We recommend using the Ximmerse kit in your living room or rather anywhere else with normal lighting.
Yes, of course! At the moment, you can pair up to 2 Ximmerse kits at one time to enjoy multiplayer gaming sessions with you and your friend. Each kit will then accurately track the movement of either user and you need not worry about any interference whatsoever.