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Sony MOVE controller API for UE4 for PS4


I was came across to work on integrating Sony MOVE motion controller into UE4 game for PS4 (not for windows)

Would there be any API that I can use out there or do I wrap it directly from Sony API and use it in UE?

Any references will be much appreciated.

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asked Apr 27 '15 at 11:56 PM in C++ Programming

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I don't think UE4 as have wand controller support, maybe there something in NDAed code for PS4, did you look it up? If you can't find anything they you will need to wrap it. Maybe look around hidden forums i think there hidden forums in UE4 if you confirmed that you are licensed developer, considering it all NDAed you might not find help here.

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answered Apr 28 '15 at 01:12 AM

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