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    [VIVE] Automated resistance using arduino

    Automated resistance using arduino controlled servos to control wheelchair brakes.
    Part of my phd in exerGaming.
    https://vimeo.com/216675981
    password: wheelchair

    #2
    Looking great Joey! Can you please share a bit more background on the project and your objectives? Which UE4 logic did you use to trigger the servo-control? Simple hit or overlap?
    Cheers,
    Marco.
    CTO | Head of VR Development - Visit us at http://humanxr.com
    My UE4 Tutorials (mostly VR): https://goo.gl/GUvDyV

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      #3
      That is so cool. The wheel chair is the controller!
      Graham Chow
      Strange Orbitz (strangeorbitz.com)

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        #4
        Hi Marco - I have a box trigger attached to the 3d wheelchair model.
        When there is a collision with a particular virtual model the servos tighten the brakes. This is done in the blueprint scripting using a plugin called UE4DUINO which controls the servo rotations through an arduino board. I am doing a phd in exerGames, looking at the impact immersive gaming has on exertion, motivation and physical output.

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          #5
          Are you willing to share how you made it?? I am looking for: Ue 4 to digital potentiometer to control a Fan (these VR are goggles can get hot and smelly). My blueprint skills are great my c++ skills are not so great. Maybe you can share what board you used and what arduino code you used.

          Thanks in advance.

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