interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

Mariner24
Contributor

interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

Hi all, We are in the process of opening a vr arcade in our town and are running into some interference between rooms with the sensors being to close to each other. At the moment our rooms are separated by pop-up tents. Is there any barrier that I can incase  the cubes in that would contain the connection to just the designated space? Thanks forany suggestions.

Vive Staff

Re: interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

@Mariner24

A thick curtain would likely work. You want something that will absorb the IR light rather than reflect it or allow it to filter through. You'll want the barrier to be taller than the base station mounts and go all the way down to the floor to completely obscure errant signals.

Thank you!

-John C

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Mariner24
Contributor

Re: interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

Hi John, can you answer some questions about VIVE ARCADE?


@Synthesiswrote:

@Mariner24

A thick curtain would likely work. You want something that will absorb the IR light rather than reflect it or allow it to filter through. You'll want the barrier to be taller than the base station mounts and go all the way down to the floor to completely obscure errant signals.

Thank you!

-John C


 

Vive Staff

Re: interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

@Mariner24

 

I can certainly try. What kinds of questions do you have?

Thank you!

-John C

"Welcome to the desert of the real."

If your base station has a Fault 02/03 error or a red light or both, the ONLY solution is to contact our support on vive.com and set up an RMA. There is no user fix for this issue.

Vive Care Operating Hours: 9am to 6pm PST, M-F
Mariner24
Contributor

Re: interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

wellfirst off Springboard vs Vive Arcade? Do I need to choose one, or can they work together. Are they duplicate services? Also, is there anyone at Vive that can talkme through this process

Vive Staff

Re: interference between vr rooms due to the sensors

@Mariner24, The two can work together - albeit they are separate launchers and entirely separate services. Viveport offers both monthly and hourly licensing whereas Springboard only allows monthly access.

 

An advantage of Viveport is that it will enable you to access a catalog of hundreds of opt-in titles on-demand due to it's hourly licensing. Viveport Arcade is still in early beta. If you have more specific questions, feel free to post them here and we can work to get a few of them solved. There are many team members currently traveling due to GDC however so responses are delayed. 


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