We recently decided we wanted to run another series of posts, so that you guys can see how cool the Roto VR chair is! In this Features Spotlight series, we’re going to delve a little into the parts of the Roto that make it tick and show you a little more on how it works.
Today we’re looking into the headtracker. When ordering the Roto, your headtracker will come in the box with the base, so that you can pair it as soon as all of the cables are plugged in!
This nifty little device attaches anywhere on your headset (although we strongly recommend it sits on top). Once paired with the chair, and the sensor on the bottom of the headtracker is covered, it will turn wherever you turn.
The headtracker is also built with two buttons on the top, that you can use to turn the chair. This is really handy when we’re setting it up or testing to make sure that the headtracker and chair are working correctly.
Adding to this, the headtracker has coloured LEDs in the top, showing you the status of the status of the headtracker at any time, even while charging.
The battery life in the headtracker is around 8-10 hours and can be charged with a micro USB-B cable (there’s one provided in the box, and the emergency stop button uses the same cable).
If you have any questions on the headtracker, or need any other information, please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, we’ll be more than happy to help.