After an agonizing period of almost 4 years, it seems that the end of the Sixense STEM soap opera comes to an end with an already finished device and of which we can see a video already practically final.
After making the last adjustments to the molds, Sixense is waiting to receive the plastics in charge of housing the STEM components, since the electronics is completely finished. As soon as they receive the plastics, the assembly of the final product will begin and, we assume, it will be sent to the patient backers of the Kickstarter campaign that started no less than in 2013. A device with a somewhat dubious utility today since the two greats of reality in the PC world already have motion controllers, yes, based on optical technology, unlike Sixense that has opted for an electromagnetic system free of occlusion problems. Will it become a nice and expensive paperweight or will it find its place on platforms like OSVR or SteamVR? Time will tell, but there is no doubt that he does not have it easy at all. It is a pity that Sixense missed a great opportunity to have gone on the market when it was initially planned at the end of 2013.