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I'm one of the folks at Oculus who has been working on Oculus tracking and roomscale support. When I was experimenting with different setups, I decided to start up a bit of a hobby project to create a few mounts I could use at my setup at home.
I got into 3D printing about a year ago, and have been having a lot of fun creating some custom items like this. Note, these aren't Oculus products or endorsed as official Oculus mounts, but I figured if people in the community wanted to give a shot at printing them and adding them to their setup it could be a help. 3D printing can be difficult if you don’t have a lot of experience, so in many cases you’re better off buying official tripod mounts. That said if you’re up to the challenge feel free to try printing these and/or modify them for your own use. These are the items attached:
holder-corner-slim.stl - Slim version of corner sensor mount
holder-corner-standard.stl - Full rectangular version of corner sensor mount
holder-flat-slim.stl - Slim version of flat sensor mount, for mounting directly on a flat wall
holder-flat-standard.stl - Full rectangular version of the flat mount
Cord-guides (to keep the sensor cord against the wall)
cordguide-corner-slim.stl - Guide which uses one screw to press the cord against the corner of your wall
cordguide-corner-standard.stl - Guide which uses two screws to press the cord against the corner of your wall
cordguide-flat-standard.stl - Flat guide to press your cable against a flat wall
In case you want to try printing, I used these print settings on my personal machine:
Material: ABS (though PLA or other materials may work)
Top/bottom/side layers: 4
P.S. I ended up designing these for #2 Phillips 1" 2.54cm drywall screws. You should be able to pick them up at a local hardware store if you don't have compatible screws already.