- Turn your WalkOVR on.
- Open your Bluetooth settings on your Windows Operating System.
- Search for active devices. Wait until it finds “WalkOVR-XXXX”
- Click on your WalkOVR (WalkOVR-XXXX) to connect to it. From v1.5.2 and on, the WalkOVR device name shows the modes in its name as WalkOVR(VR)-XXXX, which indicates that WalkOVR is in native VR mode rather than keyboard or gamepad
NOTE: WalkOVR Blue Led blinking frequency shows which mode is currently active. The following procedure is shared with the assumption that WalkOVR is in native VR mode. See page 15 for more information on WalkOVR modes
5. Run OVR Portal and login
6. Choose WalkOVR Classic and a play mode when OVR Portal is opened
- Go to Settings, then Devices, and choose new WalkOVR
- Go go to Motion Profile, then Play Mode, and choose locomotion or mocap mode
7. Click the Search&Connect button at the Connection Status window and then you will see Chest, RK, LK, RA, LA.
8. You should see the WalkOVR Classic nodes are connected by green color, then click the “Manage Node Positions” button and complete the calibration process by following the instructions in the steps ” Manage Node Positions “, “Calibrate Nodes”, and “Reset Posture” sequentially.
9. If you selected locomotion mode, walk-in place and bend your body in various directions to monitor if everything is working properly by following the arrows and the avatar on the Connection Status window.
10. If you selected locomotion mode, set Motion Profile settings to set the precision of your movement.
Calibration on OVRLay
OVRLay is a plugin to the OVR Portal desktop software that runs on the SteamVR interface. With this plugin, you can calibrate, and adjust motion profile and controls without taking out the headset.