WaveVR_Controller.cs provides the developer an interface to access the controller.

By using WaveVR_Controller, the developer can easily get the button state & axis, pose of the controller.



Sample scene Controller_Test is located in Assets/Samples/Controller_Test/Scenes

Sample script ControllerTest.cs is located in Assets/Samples/Controller_Test/Scripts

How to Use

  1. Open sample scene Controller_Test.
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  1. Look at the Inspector of Right, Left and FakeHead, the sample script ControllerTest.cs is used. We put rCube, lCube or headCube to the Controlled Object that is controlled by Device.
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Sample Code

WaveVR_Controller is an API interface from which the events of the controller are received by specifying the Device.

By using WaveVR_Controller.Input(device), the developer can easily get device status:

if (WaveVR_Controller.Input(device).GetPressDown(buttonId))
    // if button with buttonId is pressed down.

The developer can listen to a specified button by changing the buttonId:

WVR_InputId[] buttonIds = new WVR_InputId[] {

In this sample, the GameObject specified in Controlled Object will appear / disappear when the device button is pressed / unpressed.

Get the pose of device:

WaveVR_Controller.Input (device).transform

Get the device connection status:

WaveVR_Controller.Input (device).connected

Left-handed Mode

WaveVR provides left-handed mode to user.

In normal condition, the developer does NOT have to consider the left-handed mode handling in AP development.

Eq. Developers use


to check whether right hand controller is connected.

In left-handed mode, this code also works and does NOT have to change.

But if developers try to make different effects on a GameObject between left / right handed mode,

they will need to know which mode is now.

Check left-handed mode:


Get left-handed mode type:

WaveVR_Controller.Input ( <original type> ).DeviceType

Eq. Considering the code about checking connection above:

if (WaveVR_Controller.Input(WVR_DeviceType.WVR_DeviceType_Controller_Right).connected)
        if (WaveVR_Controller.IsLeftHanded)
        {       // actually left hardware controller is connected.
                // ... do something
        } else
        {       // actually right hardware controller is connected
                // ... do something

Dominant Hand

Developer may confuse about the left-handed mode.

Don’t worry, WaveVR_Controller provides another controller definition – Dominant hand.

The Dominant hand means the device that player is used to use.

E.g. In right-handed mode, the dominant hand is right. In left-handed mode, the dominant is left.

Thus developer can use sample code below to get button states, device connection status and pose.

// e.g. whether trigger button is pressed down.
bool _pressed = WaveVR_Controller.Input (WaveVR_Controller.EDeviceType.Dominant).GetPressDown (WVR_InputId.WVR_InputId_Alias1_Trigger);
// e.g connection status
bool _conn = WaveVR_Controller.Input (WaveVR_Controller.EDeviceType.Dominant).connected;
// e.g. device pose
WaveVR_Utils.RigidTransform _rpose = WaveVR_Controller.Input (WaveVR_Controller.EDeviceType.Dominant).transform;

And if developer wants to know which device is used by dominant hand:

// get the device corresponding to dominant hand
WVR_DeviceType _dev = WaveVR_Controller.GetWVRTypeByEDevice (WaveVR_Controller.EDeviceType.Dominant);