Release your hands and experience over
100+ mainstream games
Add the world’s most advanced hand tracking to any
Pimax virtual reality headset, using the Hand Tracking
Module powered by Ultraleap.
Ultraleap’s optical hand tracking captures the
movements of your hands with unparalleled accuracy
and near-zero latency.
The Hand Tracking Module is designed to be easily added
to the bottom of your Pimax headset.
Fast, robust, and accurate
Ultraleap’s hand tracking is based on skeletal tracking.
This model not just your palm or fingertips, but the
bones inside your hand to creating highly robust, fast and
Interact naturally and intuitively
No wearables or controllers needed. Just your hands.
Grabbing, swiping, pushing, pinching … they all become
as effortless as they are in the real world.
Awful time getting it to work. Had firmware issues and had to reflash using hard to find utility from Leap Motion.
Bought for flight simulation use, but the technology isn't quite there. Hand tracking isn't accurate enough. Shows promise, hopefully the get it figured out.
It's really fun and it works very well in games, it's just a shame that there aren't enough games with this feature (hand tracking)
The installation was a breeze so 5 stars for that. If you use the sample apps from leap motion thing seem to work pretty well but not all apps would work on my machine in VR. However using it with X-plane (my go to sim), it doesn't work. As of now X-plane does not support hand tracking. Also Fly inside could not seem to recognize the module even though I turned on hand tracking option. Clearly the incorportation of hand tracking in flight sim apps need to be more widespread for this device to be useful for me. So for my use it is really a 2 star but that would be an unfair rating for the unit itself which works as advertised.
Its a neat bit of hardware but few games/applications can really make use of it fully. Comtroller emulation via steamvr works but can be a bit weird at times. Still a cool piece of tech
unfortunately I haven’t found a game that supports it but I messed with it in the home menu and wow, its so cool, works really well tho there are some finger positions it can’t do which, I expect but overall wow, I wish to use it in vrchat one day just to show off.
Hello Lan Miller，
You can download the games from here.