New colorful Playground for hand tracking without a controller now available in a Sidequest. Time to play with the physics of the hands and fingers! Enjoy virtual reality like never before with full control over their hands and fingers to physically interact with the environment and a variety of different objects.
Hand Physics Lab is an experimental project created and managed Holonautic Denis Connerton. Holonautic behind well-known fun and dynamic action game, Holoception. Discover several options for interaction with your hands, including:
— interactive buttons and controllers
— tools, including a hammer, knife and crowbar
— the building blocks for games
— drawing Board with handle
station coloring eggs with their fingers!
— typing on a mechanical keyboard
— the famous “useless” machine
— interactive and animated doll
— play with OR without gravity!
— play with the Telekinesis and Force Fields. And more in future updates!
Check out some of the interactions of the game in the trailer:
As the hand tracking to Oculus Quest is changing with each release of the system software Quest. A brightly lit room and clean the camera lenses can also have a significant impact on the quality of tracking. May 21, 2020 marks the 1 year from the date of receipt of Quest on sale, and it would be great Chesley Facebook are planning some announcements in connection with this event.
According to Dennis Kunerth of Holonautic, their focus remains focused on the physics Holoception, while Hand Physics Lab — this is a side project that needs to update with more “crazy” ideas. You can find it now on the Sidequest here.