Raspberry Pi support for the STEM System
We’re happy to announce that the STEM System will support the Raspberry Pi, the single-board, ARM-powered computer that is popular with students, hobbyists, and other innovators. The enhanced Sixense Software Development Kit (SDK) will give Raspberry Pi developers the ability to use the STEM System for five-point position and orientation tracking.
One of the early advocates for Raspberry Pi support is Kyle Johnsen, Ph.D, Director of the Virtual Experiences Laboratory in the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia. Professor Johnsen has developed a fully untethered VR system running on the Raspberry Pi and using a 3D-printed headset, an iPod touch, and the Hydra. In the video below, he describes why the STEM System and the updated Sixense SDK will be great for his VR system and for the Raspberry Pi community.