Setting up DecaMove should be simple and straightforward. Don’t forget to visit the download section in order to setup and install the DecaMove PC software, iOS or Android app. It supports most of the VR titles in the Steam library, right out of the box.
Please note: DecaMove currently only supports SteamVR, however, the DecaGear VR system will support the Oculus Quest in due course.
Note: If for any reason the LED continues blinking blue for more than 30 seconds, it means that the DecaMove device cannot find the dongle: To troubleshoot the problem, please try the following;
- Try plugging the USB dongle into another USB port on your PC. If it was previously plugged into a USB 3.0 port, try a USB 2.0 port. Failing that, try to pair the dongle manually. (Note: Instructions for manual pairing are currently not available)
The DecaMove device is very efficient and accurate in doing one thing; the device allows you to navigate with your hip so your movement direction can be independent from your headset or hand controllers.
Because the DecaMove system is a new concept in the way in which you move in VR, it may take a little time to get used to. It’s not something gamers are going to be accustomed to, especially if you are used to playing with controller based movement.
To get the best experience and immersion, it’s recommended you persevere. If you do, it won’t be long before you gain the upper-hand over your adversaries, however, if you have difficulties navigating this way, you can single press on the device button on DecaMove to toggle between the headset/controller navigation in favour of the hip based navigation.