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Peripherals and SDK support

Darak_MarooDarak_Maroo Posts: 1
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Quick question, I have not had time to dig into the Oculus SDK but is there support for adding third party peripherals to the proprietary communication system that links the controllers with the HMD? or would hardware developers need to setup our own Bluetooth type systems and have software developers interface with those?  How are the hardlight people tackling it? (http://www.hardlightvr.com/) This is just idle interest at this point but it would be nice to see support for a peripheral market. 

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  • cyberealitycybereality Posts: 22,019 Oculus Staff
    The SDK is used to interface with the hardware. I don't believe it allows extending the communication with 3rd party devices. Sorry. Also, I'm moving to the developers section.
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