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Enable hand and controller tracking at the same time.

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I have a Oculus Quest Pro, and work on a Unity project that needs hand tracking and controller tracking for a physical object, but I can't enable hand and controller tracking at the same time. So I wonder is this possible? or is there any other ways to track a physical object using Oculus?


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Hey there @wenyingyw! This is a great question, many other users have wondered the same in the past. At this time, it's not quite possible yet to enable both hand and controller tracking. We'd love to hear feedback from our community regarding this, if anyone has any additional insight please let us know! You should also check out our Unity VR Development forum to get in touch with other developers.

Agreed, I'd love to be able to use the right controller like normal and use my left hand as hand tracking

This should really be looked into. Using the controllers as accurate location beacons could do wonders for varios applications that need representing 1 or 2 objects in the 3d space.

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In addition to possibly representing physical objects, Quest Pro controllers could be also used to track legs while using hand tracking for hands. And if more than 2 controllers per headset are allowed in software, I wouldn't be surprised if quite a few people buy an extra set or two for proper standalone full-body tracking. It would be even better if a simplified and maybe cheaper "tracker" version of the Pro controller is made available.

This would be very useful for training apps. where one controller is tracking an object (like a crane controller) and the other hand is touching the buttons. 
The new htc standalone headset has this feature. i really need this feature on quest too.