Our partner Nolo is introducing the first Homido-compatible mobile positional tracking system and is providing access to SteamVR content

Mobile positional tracking is a technology that was expected for nearly a year, and our partner Nolo has just launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance its ambitious project.

As of May, starting at $89 you can get the following pack consisting of:

  • a detection base
  • a “tracker” to be placed on the headset as well as two supports
  • two 9-axis motion controllers
  • a 4 meter USB cable for SteamVR compatibility
  • a 25cm USB cable to connect the “tracker” and the smartphone
Pack Homido / Nolo

The “all-in-one” package, including a RiftCat license and a Homido V2 headset, is available starting from $149.

Hurry, with the funds for the project already in place, the packs are selling very fast!

What can be done with this solution?

The solution developed by our partners allows a multitude of things today and many more things to come.

Positional tracking for mobile applications

Nolo is compatible with Cardboard/Gear VR and Daydream applications. A simple Unity plug-in is already available, and the Unreal engine plug-in is also provided for easy integration. The iOS world has not been forgotten, and the Nolo and RiftCat teams are actively working on a compatibility that will be in effect at the end of the year.

SteamVR at a lower cost

Thanks to RiftCat’s know-how, Nolo allows you to access the SteamVR catalog with a Homido V2 headset. Once the Homido V2 is equipped with the Nolo system, it becomes possible to use all the VR applications of the famous Valve PC game platform.

Use a SteamVR app with a Homido headset.

Features of the pack

Detection base:

  • Dimensions: 78 x 44.5 x 76.15mm
  • Weight: 160g
  • Charging time: 4h
  • Autonomy: 4h


  • Dimensions: 138.8 x 44.8mm
  • Weight: 60g


  • Dimensions: 151.3 x 40 x 43.3mm
  • Weight: 90g
  • Charging time: 2h
  • Autonomy: 7h

General features:

  • Play area (Roomscale) : 4 x 4m
  • Latency: <20ms
  • Accuracy: <2mm
  • Frequency: 60Hz

Both controllers have a haptic feedback!

Keep checking Homido News for more information on mobile virtual reality.

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