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Will we get a driver/interface for handling clicker inputs on Windows 10 ?

edited July 2017 in Q&A and Discussions

In order to create a consistent experience between the hololens and immersive headset, we would like to be able to use the clicker on Windows 10 (desktop).

We thought that a bluetooth connection would work out of the box but at the moment we got no interface to catch orientation updates nor click events (I guess this is only embedded in the Hololens device for now).

Is this in your roadmap ?


  • edited July 2017

    For testing you could use a wireless mouse and assign buttons to actions as you see fit.

  • Yes, we could, and there are also plenty more solutions for testing. But I wanted to know if the clicker would be officially ported to Windows 10 desktop.

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