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Are the grip buttons on the Rift S controllers capacitive?

RosselmanRosselman Posts: 2
NerveGear
edited January 12 in Oculus Rift S and Rift
I don't see any changes in hand position in First Contact if I'm just touching the grip buttons, on either the left or right controllers, only when squeezing. Are they defective? My Rift S is brand new.

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  • kojackkojack Posts: 5,926 Volunteer Moderator
    The Rift-S controllers have capacitive sensors on the index triggers, A, B, X, Y and thumbstick tops.
    The menu, home and grip triggers aren't capacitive.

    You can test the different sensors using my Oculus Monitor program: https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/discussion/69471/oculus-monitor-v0-2-1-13-nov-18
    That version will say that you have a CV1 (the SDK has hard coded names, and it was compiled before the Rift-S came out), but otherwise it works fine on the Rift-S.
    The index triggers should show touches without squeezing.


  • RosselmanRosselman Posts: 2
    NerveGear
    kojack said:
    The Rift-S controllers have capacitive sensors on the index triggers, A, B, X, Y and thumbstick tops.
    The menu, home and grip triggers aren't capacitive.

    You can test the different sensors using my Oculus Monitor program: https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/discussion/69471/oculus-monitor-v0-2-1-13-nov-18
    That version will say that you have a CV1 (the SDK has hard coded names, and it was compiled before the Rift-S came out), but otherwise it works fine on the Rift-S.
    The index triggers should show touches without squeezing.


    Thank you very much, this makes me feel a lot better.
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