Following a stroke, a wound or an injury, you're left with only one valid hand and one valid foot, and cannot play anymore PC games or Xbox games. The 3dRudder One-Foot system lets you step back into the game. It enables you to play with the valid side of your body. Game keys or sticks are mapped at the foot and you can play as you used to before. The 3dRudder One-Foot system is comprised of the 3dRudder foot controller that can be used connected to a PC or a Microsoft Xbox Adaptive Controller, and of the one-foot holder adapter. With a PC, it can be turned into a partial keyboard (up-to 12 keys) or a 3-axes joystick. For PC VR, it can be used with SteamVR and Oculus games. With the Xbox Adaptive controller, it can take over 2 axes of the Xbox gamepad sticks. The 3dRudder One-Foot system can be used at the left or right foot.
|OS Compatibility||Windows 10, Xbox One via the Xbox Adaptive Controller|
|VR devices compatibility||HTC Vive, HTC Vive Pro, Oculus Quest via Link cable, Oculus Rift / S, Valve Index, Windows Mixed Reality|
|Compatible games||Most PC game played with keyboard keys, a mouse, or a joystick or Hotas
Any Xbox game via the Xbox Adaptive Controller
VR games for Steam VR
VR games for Oculus
|Included Software||The 3dRudder One-Foot system comes with the 3dRudder Dashboard that lets you enable the One Foot option to use the 3dRudder (normally a 2-feet-powered peripheral).
The 3dRudder Dashboard turns the 3dRudder into:
- A partial keyboard, up-to 12 keys in one-foot mode - ex. WASD keys and more
- A 3-axes joystick
- A VR motion controller for horizontal motion in PC VR games.
|Included accessories||Built-in USB cable
(Xbox Adaptive Controller not included)
IMPORTANT: Please note, the installation of the One-Foot Holder adapter needs to be performed by someone with 2 valid hands.
|Power||USB 2.0 powered|
|Size (L x W x H)||13.39 x 13.39 x 5 in|
|Color||Red & Black|