Windows Mixed Reality
The Windows Mixed Reality platform supports various Headsets and Motion Controllers based on the Microsoft Mixed Reality platform.
Windows Mixed Reality is not supported in InstantVR.
Windows Mixed Reality is supported in Humanoid Control VR, Plus and Pro packages.
All Mixed Reality Headsets and Motion Controllers are supported
Windows Mixed Reality is only supported on Microsoft Windows Fall Creators Editor or newer.
Unity 2017.2 or higher is required. You can find instruction on how to setup and use Unity with Windows Mixed Reality in the WMR Quick Start Guide.
Ensure Universal Windows Platform is selected as platform in the Unity Build settings found in the File Menu.
Virtual Reality Supported needs to be enabled in Edit Menu->Project Settings->Player->XR Settings. Windows Mixed Reality needs to be added to the Virtual Reality SDKs.
For full Windows Mixed Reality support you needs to ensure Windows MR Support is enabled in Edit Menu->Preferences->Humanoid.
Disabling Windows MR Support ensures that no code related to Windows Mixed Reality is included in the build.
To enable Windows Mixed Reality tracking for an avatar, First Person Camera and Windows MR need to be enabled in the Humanoid Control component.
Full positional and rotational tracking is supported.
Full positional and rotational tracking is supported. Full positional tracking is only working when the controllers are visible by the cameras in the headset.
The buttons of the Motion Controllers can be accessed using the Game Controller Input. The buttons are mapped as follows:
The tracking position and orientation can be calibrated during gameplay by calling the Calibrate() function on the HumanoidControl object. This is often implemented using the Controller Input component.