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python side of hobo_vr

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virtualreality

python side of hobo_vr

mainly used for writing posers

has many helpful utilities for positional tracking, serial/socket/bluetooth communication, etc.

has an async socket server

installation

to install the module, run the following command:

python -m pip install virtualreality

if you want to have camera based tracking, install it with the camera extra

python -m pip install virtualreality[camera]

to install the development version, do the following:

git clone https://github.com/okawo80085/hobo_vr
cd ./hobo_vr
python -m pip install -e .

quick example

import asyncio
import time
import numpy as np

from virtualreality import templates


class MyPoser(templates.PoserTemplate):
    def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)

    @templates.PoserTemplate.register_member_thread(1 / 100)
    async def example_thread1(self):
        '''moves the headset in a circle'''
        h = 0
        while self.coro_keep_alive["example_thread1"].is_alive:
            try:
                self.pose.x = np.sin(h)
                self.pose.y = np.cos(h)
                h += 0.01

                await asyncio.sleep(self.coro_keep_alive["example_thread1"].sleep_delay)

            except Exception as e:
                print(f"example_thread1 failed: {e}")
                break
        self.coro_keep_alive["example_thread1"].is_alive = False

    @templates.PoserTemplate.register_member_thread(1 / 100, runInDefaultExecutor=True)
    def example_thread2(self):
        '''moves the left controller up and down'''
        h = 0
        while self.coro_keep_alive["example_thread2"].is_alive:
            try:
                self.pose_controller_l.y = 1+np.cos(h*3)/5
                h += 0.01

                time.sleep(self.coro_keep_alive["example_thread2"].sleep_delay)

            except Exception as e:
                print(f"example_thread2 failed: {e}")
                break
        self.coro_keep_alive["example_thread2"].is_alive = False


poser = MyPoser()

asyncio.run(poser.main())

poser client example

import asyncio
import time
import numpy as np

from virtualreality import templates

poser = templates.PoserClient()

@poser.thread_register(1/60)
async def example_thread():
    '''moves the headset in a circle'''
    h = 0
    while poser.coro_keep_alive["example_thread"].is_alive:
        poser.pose.y = round(np.sin(h), 4)
        poser.pose.x = round(np.cos(h), 4)

        h += 0.01

        await asyncio.sleep(poser.coro_keep_alive["example_thread"].sleep_delay)


@poser.thread_register(1/60, runInDefaultExecutor=True)
def example_thread2():
    '''moves the controller up and down'''
    while poser.coro_keep_alive["example_thread2"].is_alive:
        poser.pose_controller_l.x = 1+np.cos(h*3)/5

        time.sleep(poser.coro_keep_alive["example_thread2"].sleep_delay)


asyncio.run(poser.main())

udu poser client example

u - unlimited
d - devices
u - upgrade

buts its more like a mode

here is an example

"""
udu poser client example

more info: help(templates.UduPoserTemplate)
"""

import asyncio
import time
import numpy as np
import pyrr

from virtualreality import templates
from virtualreality.server import server

poser = templates.UduPoserClient("h c t")
#                                 ^^^^^
#                                 this dictates devices used
#                                 for this example its:
#                                 hmd controller tracker
# poser = templates.UduPoserClient("h c c") btw normal posers use this device configuration


@poser.thread_register(1 / 60)
async def example_thread():
    # spins all devices in an orbit
    h = 0
    while poser.coro_keep_alive["example_thread"].is_alive:
        x, y, z, w = pyrr.Quaternion.from_y_rotation(h)
        for i in range(len(poser.poses)):
            poser.poses[i].x = np.sin(h / (i + 1))
            poser.poses[i].z = np.cos(h / (i + 1))

            poser.poses[i].r_x = x
            poser.poses[i].r_y = y
            poser.poses[i].r_z = z
            poser.poses[i].r_w = w

        h += 0.01

        await asyncio.sleep(poser.coro_keep_alive["example_thread"].sleep_delay)

# any poser can do this actually
@poser.thread_register(1 / 60)
async def example_receive_haptics_thread():
    while poser.coro_keep_alive["example_receive_haptics_thread"].is_alive:
        # check for new reads
        if poser.last_read:
            print (poser.last_read) # print received
            poser.last_read = b"" # reset

        await asyncio.sleep(poser.coro_keep_alive["example_receive_haptics_thread"].sleep_delay)

asyncio.run(poser.main())

unlike normal posers, udu posers generate pose structs on start

you then need use those pose structs as the value for DeviceManifestList in the driver config

more info on udu

more examples

hobo_vr's examples

there is also poser_3dof_hmd_only.py, its an udu poser with actual 3dof(hmd only) tracking(more info in the example itself)

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