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How to get motion controller transform

Do you know how to get current effective motion controller transform?

I'm using this for now.

forearch(var sourceState in InteractionManager.GetCurrentReading())
{
Vector3 controllerpos
sourceState.sourcePose.TryGetPosition(out controllerpos);
}

I want to get controller's transform, not only position.

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  • thank you.
    It works for me!

  • here is my rough guess, haven't been able to run VR preview yet with my Vive CV1. But controller idea is pretty much the same. You are in a Pawn, you need to get the pawn owner(a PlayerController), and then get the player index from there(on server), then set the index.

    I will have to setup my UE4 first, and possibly just compile from github source to make it work, cause both UE4 and SteamVR is a moving target, compile and update is probably a safe bet.

    It's hard to even find someone that have a vive to do multiplayer test I guess, so gotta find a buddy soon.(I have a few in local indie dev group that owns pre dev kit, so I can ask them to test with me once I got a build going.)

    edit: oh, and I don't know about the answer to 2nd question. not even a guess.

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