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Does anyone know how to fix "Leap Motion" to an Oculus Rift S?

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When I tried to use FlyInside, I learned about the Leap Motion, to use simply my fingers for switching knobs.
Well that's theory. Until now I didn't got it working as I expected.

I ordered a Leap Moption Controler and also an expansive piece of plastic, called "Leap Motion VR Developer Mount for VR Headset"
Unfortunately this adapter for the controller ist curved, while the front of the Rift S is not.

So using this adapter seems not to work. Trying to fix the Leap Motion Controler somehow to my Oculus Rift S never worked out, as the backside of the controller is made of some "rubber".
So no tape or other glue didn't last long on that strange surface and the controller fell of every few minutes.

Did anyone just fixed that issue? Is there anything to purchase, that would help me?

Thanks.
Ralf


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Honestly, I would probably just use some of this: https://www.amazon.com/VELCRO-Brand-Industrial-Strength-Superior/dp/B00006IC2T


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Thank you.

I think that might not be thick enough. But you brougt me to another idea:

Foam Pad

I just ordered and on monday I will know if it works out.

Ralf


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3m tape 

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...but that`s not the Rift S 😉

Anyway, on monday I'll see, if those "pads" I ordered will fill the gap of the curved adapter.

Thanks
Ralf


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