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1 Re-making a Classic in VR Chris #SydVR

2 Project Engine - Unity 3D (v4.5) Engine - Unity 3D (v4.5) View + head tracking - Oculus Rift DK1 View + head tracking - Oculus Rift DK1 Hand tracking - Razer Hydra Hand tracking - Razer Hydra C# Language C# Language Re-create game up to first mission in first world Re-create game up to first mission in first world

3 To Do Integrate Rift with player Integrate Rift with player Integrate Razer Hydra with player’s hands Integrate Razer Hydra with player’s hands Player avatar Player avatar Player movement Player movement Hand interaction with objects Hand interaction with objects

4 Setup World Start a new project Start a new project Create a scene Create a scene Import or create an environment Import or create an environment Create a Directional Light to light up the environment Create a Directional Light to light up the environment

5 Create Player & Integrate Rift Create a GameObject called Player Create a GameObject called Player Attach the component Character Controller Attach the component Character Controller Attach the scripts Character Motor and FPSInput Controller Attach the scripts Character Motor and FPSInput Controller Attach OVRCameraController prefab as child of Player GameObject Attach OVRCameraController prefab as child of Player GameObject In script FPSInput Controller set “Ovr Camera” variable as CameraRight In script FPSInput Controller set “Ovr Camera” variable as CameraRight Drag OVRCameraController behind player Drag OVRCameraController behind player

6 FPSInputController.cs using UnityEngine; using System.Collections; // Require a character controller to be attached to the same game object [RequireComponent(typeof(CharacterMotor))] [AddComponentMenu("Character/FPS Input Controller")] public class FPSInputController : MonoBehaviour { public GameObject ovrCamera; private CharacterMotor motor; private bool inputEnabled;// If input is enabled/disabled private bool inputEnabled;// If input is enabled/disabled // Use this for initialization void Awake (){ motor = GetComponent (); } void Start() { inputEnabled = true; }

7 FPSInputController.cs (2) // Update is called once per frame void Update (){ // Get the input vector from keyboard or analog stick Vector3 directionVector= new Vector3(Input.GetAxis("Horizontal"), 0, Input.GetAxis("Vertical")); motor.inputJump = Input.GetButton ("Jump"); // Play jumping audio clips if (initialJumpAudioClips.Length > 0 && motor.inputJump && motor.grounded && !audio.isPlaying) { audio.clip = initialJumpAudioClips[Random.Range(0, initialJumpAudioClips.Length)]; audio.Play();} if (directionVector != Vector3.zero) { // Get the length of the directon vector and then normalize it // Dividing by the length is cheaper than normalizing when we already have the length anyway float directionLength= directionVector.magnitude; directionVector = directionVector / directionLength;

8 FPSInputController.cs (3) // Make sure the length is no bigger than 1 directionLength = Mathf.Min(1, directionLength); // Make the input vector more sensitive towards the extremes and less sensitive in the middle // This makes it easier to control slow speeds when using analog sticks directionLength = directionLength * directionLength; // Multiply the normalized direction vector by the modified length directionVector = directionVector * directionLength; } // Apply the direction to the CharacterMotor motor.inputMoveDirection = ovrCamera.transform.rotation * directionVector; } public void SetInputEnabled (bool status) { inputEnabled = status; }}

9 Attach avatar to player Place player 3D model as child of Player object and name it “Avatar” Place player 3D model as child of Player object and name it “Avatar” Move the OVR camera object behind the model Move the OVR camera object behind the model Make the model’s head rotate with the Rift’s head tracker by moving the head model inside the CameraRight object Make the model’s head rotate with the Rift’s head tracker by moving the head model inside the CameraRight object

10 Hydra Integration for Hands Import Sixense Unity plugin for Razer integration Import Sixense Unity plugin for Razer integration Create GameObject “Hands” as child of OVRCameraController Create GameObject “Hands” as child of OVRCameraController Place SixenseInput prefab as child of OVRCamera Controller Place SixenseInput prefab as child of OVRCamera Controller

11 Hydra Integration for Hands Create GameObjects “Left Hand” + “Right Hand” as children of “Hands” Create GameObjects “Left Hand” + “Right Hand” as children of “Hands” Place the player’s hand models within each of those 2 hand objects respectively Place the player’s hand models within each of those 2 hand objects respectively Attach script SixenseHandController to each hand GameObject Attach script SixenseHandController to each hand GameObject Set the “Hand” variable to either LEFT or RIGHT, as appropriate Set the “Hand” variable to either LEFT or RIGHT, as appropriate

12 Control Player using Hydra Modify FPSInputController script to map Hydra’s left joystick and a button to moving and jumping Modify FPSInputController script to map Hydra’s left joystick and a button to moving and jumping Create PlayerLook script in project to handle looking in environment Create PlayerLook script in project to handle looking in environment Create HydraLook script to map Hydra’s right joystick to looking, inheriting PlayerLook class in its script Create HydraLook script to map Hydra’s right joystick to looking, inheriting PlayerLook class in its script

13 FPSInputController.cs void Start() { IgnorePlayerColliders (); inputEnabled = true; } // Update is called once per frame void Update (){ // Get the input vector from keyboard or analog stick Vector3 directionVector= new Vector3(Input.GetAxis("Horizontal"), 0, Input.GetAxis("Vertical")); // Get the input vector from hydra SixenseInput.Controller hydraLeftController = SixenseInput.GetController (SixenseHands.LEFT); SixenseInput.Controller hydraRightController = SixenseInput.GetController (SixenseHands.RIGHT); if (hydraLeftController != null) { directionVector= new Vector3(hydraLeftController.JoystickX, 0, hydraLeftController.JoystickY); } if (hydraRightController != null) { motor.inputJump = hydraRightController.GetButton (SixenseButtons.BUMPER); } else { motor.inputJump = Input.GetButton ("Jump"); }

14 FPSInputController.cs (2) …}… // Prevent colliders on player from colliding with each other i.e. hand colliders with body collider void IgnorePlayerColliders () { Collider[] cols = GetComponentsInChildren (); foreach (Collider col in cols) { if (col != collider) { Physics.IgnoreCollision(col, collider); }}}}

15 PlayerLook.cs using UnityEngine; using System.Collections; /// PlayerLook rotates the transform based on the input device's delta. /// Minimum and Maximum values can be used to constrain the possible rotation. /// Based on Unity's MouseLook script. [AddComponentMenu("Camera-Control/Player Look")] public class PlayerLook : MonoBehaviour { public enum RotationAxes { XAndY = 0, X = 1, Y = 2 } public RotationAxes axes = RotationAxes.XAndY; public float sensitivityX = 15F; public float sensitivityY = 15F; public float minimumX = -360F; public float maximumX = 360F; public float minimumY = -60F; public float maximumY = 60F; protected float rotationY = 0F;

16 PlayerLook.cs (2) protected float axisX, axisY; void Start () { // Make the rigid body not change rotation if (rigidbody) rigidbody.freezeRotation = true; } protected virtual void Update () { if (axes == RotationAxes.XAndY) { float rotationX = transform.localEulerAngles.y + axisX * sensitivityX; rotationY += axisY * sensitivityY; rotationY = Mathf.Clamp (rotationY, minimumY, maximumY); transform.localEulerAngles = new Vector3(-rotationY, rotationX, 0); } else if (axes == RotationAxes.X) { transform.Rotate(0, axisX * sensitivityX, 0); }

17 PlayerLook.cs (3) else{ rotationY += axisY * sensitivityY; rotationY = Mathf.Clamp (rotationY, minimumY, maximumY); transform.localEulerAngles = new Vector3(-rotationY, transform.localEulerAngles.y, 0); }}}

18 HydraLook.cs using UnityEngine; using System.Collections; public class HydraLook : PlayerLook { protected override void Update () { // Get the input vector from hydra SixenseInput.Controller hydraRightController = SixenseInput.GetController (SixenseHands.RIGHT); if (hydraRightController != null) { axisX = hydraRightController.JoystickX; axisY = hydraRightController.JoystickY; } base.Update (); }}

19 Hand Interactions using Hydra Attach invisible rectangles to each hand to use as colliders for hands Attach invisible rectangles to each hand to use as colliders for hands Name the objects LeftHandCollider and RightHandCollider respectively Name the objects LeftHandCollider and RightHandCollider respectively Modify the SixenseHandController with functions to grab objects and throw based on hand velocity Modify the SixenseHandController with functions to grab objects and throw based on hand velocity Tag any grabbable objects with “Grabbable” and give them a rigidbody for physics Tag any grabbable objects with “Grabbable” and give them a rigidbody for physics

20 SixenseHandController.cs public class SixenseHandController : SixenseObjectController { public floatminGrabDistance = 1.0f; // Grabbable object must be within this distance from hand colliders to be picked up public floatthrowForce = 30.0f; // Force multiplyer for throwing objects private boolisHoldingObject = false; private GameObjectclosestObject = null; private GrabObject grabObject; // Script attached to grabbed object with grappling data on that object private floathandVelocity; private Vector3handVector; private Vector3handPrevious; …

21 SixenseHandController.cs (2) protected override void UpdateObject( SixenseInput.Controller controller ) {… if ( controller.Enabled ) { // Animation update UpdateAnimationInput( controller ); // Action update UpdateActionInput ( controller ); }base.UpdateObject(controller);}…

22 SixenseHandController.cs (3) protected void UpdateActionInput( SixenseInput.Controller controller) { Vector3 currentPosition = new Vector3(); Quaternion currentRotation = new Quaternion(); Velocity(); if (isHoldingObject && !controller.GetButton(SixenseButtons.TRIGGER)) { Throw(); isHoldingObject = false; } if (Hand == SixenseHands.LEFT) { currentPosition = GameObject.Find("LeftHandCollider").transform.position; currentRotation = GameObject.Find("LeftHandCollider").transform.rotation; } if (Hand == SixenseHands.RIGHT) { currentPosition = GameObject.Find("RightHandCollider").transform.position; currentRotation = GameObject.Find("RightHandCollider").transform.rotation; }

23 SixenseHandController.cs (4) if (!isHoldingObject) { foreach (GameObject o in GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag ("Grabbable")) { float dist = Vector3.Distance(o.transform.position, currentPosition); if (dist < minGrabDistance){ closestObject = o; }}}

24 SixenseHandController.cs (5) if (closestObject != null && Vector3.Distance(closestObject.transform.position, currentPosition) < minGrabDistance && controller.GetButton(SixenseButtons.TRIGGER)) { < minGrabDistance && controller.GetButton(SixenseButtons.TRIGGER)) { if (closestObject.rigidbody && closestObject.rigidbody.isKinematic) { return;} grabObject = closestObject.GetComponent (); if (grabObject && grabObject.isEnabled) { closestObject.transform.position = currentPosition + grabObject.GetPosition(Hand); closestObject.transform.rotation = currentRotation * Quaternion.Euler(grabObject.GetRotation(Hand)); } else { closestObject.transform.position = currentPosition; closestObject.transform.rotation = currentRotation; } isHoldingObject = true; }}

25 SixenseHandController.cs (6) // Calculate velocity of hand protected void Velocity () { if (Time.deltaTime != 0) { handVector = (transform.position - handPrevious) / Time.deltaTime; handPrevious = transform.position; } handVelocity = Vector3.Magnitude(handVector); } // Throw the held object once player lets go based on hand velocity protected void Throw () { if (closestObject.rigidbody) { Vector3 dir = (closestObject.transform.position - transform.position).normalized; closestObject.rigidbody.AddForce(dir * handVelocity * throwForce); }}

26 Next Presentation slides will be up online Presentation slides will be up online Project will be open sourced once beta is completed Project will be open sourced once beta is completed YouTube video showing a play through YouTube video showing a play through

27 Future Integrate alternative and supporting devices i.e. STEM, Leap Motion, MYO, Omni + Integrate alternative and supporting devices i.e. STEM, Leap Motion, MYO, Omni + Re-make further (complete?) Re-make further (complete?) Boilerplate? Boilerplate? Re-create other classics (Super Smash Bros?) Re-create other classics (Super Smash Bros?)

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